ImViA laboratory comes from the Electronics, Computer and Image Laboratory (Le2i), a research laboratory under the supervision of the University of Burgundy from 1996 to 2018, Arts et Métiers ParisTech from 2014 to 2017 and the CNRS from 2001 to 2017.
Research thematic of ImViA laboratory is Artificial Vision. The lab is centered around three teams: CORES, IFTIM and VIBOT.
The complementarity of these three teams and their thematic coherence allow the creation of a research unit based on common scientific bases, supported by some strong markers that have punctuated their research activity:
- the labeling of research projects (ANR, H2020, PHC, FUI, COST) and the national and international scope of research;
- a high rate of quality publication;
- the IMAPPI equipex (medical imaging);
- the ERL 6000 CNRS VIBOT;
- Erasmus Mundus Masters in Vision for Robotics (VIBOT) and Medical Imaging (MaIA);
- the 2D / 2D + / 3D vision platform of Dijon;
- the Robotic platform of Le Creusot.
Geographically, the ImViA laboratory is located on the sites of Dijon and Le Creusot with the strong desire to avoid the geographical spread of the same line of research. The three-team structure that was chosen makes it possible to identify three research themes combining specificity and complementarity, mainly in Dijon for the two fist team and in Le Creusot for the last team, namely the ERL CNRS 6000.
Non-conventional imaging, Multimodal vision, Machine learning, Perception and analysis of visual scenes, Methods for reflectance modelisation, Perception for robotics, 2D/3D analysis of dynamic scenes, Camera localization and 3D reconstruction, Architecture algorithms appropriateness, real-time vision, Embedded systems, Medical image processing and analysis, Functional imaging, Cardiovascular imaging, Oncology, Preclinic imagery, TEP-MRI, Multimodal imaging, Augmented reality.
Computer Vision, Vision for Robotics, Real-Time Systems, Medical Image Processing, Functional and Molecular Imaging.
- Platform of 2D/2D+/3D Vision
- Platform of Mobile Robotic
- Platform of Preclinic Imaging
- Technical platform of Biomecanic
- Academic and Applied Research
- Partnership Research (academic and industrial)
- Transfer and Use of Research Results
- Feasibility Study
Permanent staff: 64
Total Staff: ≈110