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Inter teams seminar: welcome
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This Thursday, October 22, the new inter-team seminar was held online.   Flyer

The new members of the administrative team Béatrice Migniot and Zyneb Ghali were first introduced.

Then the new associate professors Hermine Chatoux, Sarah Leclerc and Omar Tahri gave a presentation on their past and future work

orateurs séminaire ImViA 22 octobre 2020

Inter teams seminar: welcome

This Thursday, October 22, the new inter-team seminar was held online.   Flyer The new members of the administrative team…

CoReS Seminar: Hermine Chatoux
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Hermine Chatoux, who has just joined us as MCF, made a presentation on Wednesday October 14 of her work entitled "Measurement of the textured aspect of surfaces".

CoReS Seminar: Hermine Chatoux

Hermine Chatoux, who has just joined us as MCF, made a presentation on Wednesday October 14 of her work entitled…

Inter team seminar: Peter Sturm
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On the occasion of the inter-team seminar, Peter Sturm, from the STEEP INRIA team, offered us an online seminar entitled: Environmental challenges and what blocks to act accordingly.

Inter team seminar: Peter Sturm

On the occasion of the inter-team seminar, Peter Sturm, from the STEEP INRIA team, offered us an online seminar entitled:…

Challenge EMIDEC
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The EMIDEC challenge concerns the automatic processing delayed-enhancement MRI (DE-MRI) in the framework of myocardial infarction.
The two main objectives of the EMIDEC challenge are first to classify normal and pathological cases from the clinical information with or without DE-MRI, and secondly to automatically detect the different relevant areas (the myocardial contours, the infarcted area and the permanent microvascular obstruction area (no-reflow area)) from a series of short-axis DE-MRI covering the left ventricle. The segmentation allows us to make a quantification of the myocardium infection, in absolute value (mm3) or percentage of the myocardium.

The EMIDEC challenge then consists of two independent tasks

Task 1: Segmentation contest of the myocardium for all the DE-MRI exams, and the myocardial infarction and no-reflow areas on exams classified as pathologic ones. Contest done before the MICCAI conference.

Task 2: Classification contest of the exams in normal or pathological one, according to the clinical data with or without the DE-MRI exams (two sub-challenges, the first one from only the clinical informations, and the second one considering the clinical informations and the DE-MRI). Contest done online during the MICCAI conference.

Challenge EMIDEC

The EMIDEC challenge concerns the automatic processing delayed-enhancement MRI (DE-MRI) in the framework of myocardial infarction. The two main objectives…

CoReS seminar: thermic camera calibration
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On February 21, Thomas Herrmann presented his work on thermal camera calibration during the CoReS seminar. The slides of his presentation are available here.

CoReS seminar: thermic camera calibration

On February 21, Thomas Herrmann presented his work on thermal camera calibration during the CoReS seminar. The slides of his…

Inter-team seminar : Deep Generative Model
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We had the honor of hosting Romain Hérault,  Researcher from INSA of Rouen , for the inter-team seminar on Januaru 16, 2020. He gave us a presentation on “Deep Generative Model”.

Inter-team seminar : Deep Generative Model

We had the honor of hosting Romain Hérault,  Researcher from INSA of Rouen , for the inter-team seminar on Januaru…

Inter-team seminar: François Colas – Observatoire de Paris
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We had the honor of hosting François COLAS, CNRS Research Director, astronomer at the Paris observatory and responsible for the T1 Pic du Midi telescope for the inter-team seminar on May 2, 2019. He gave us a presentation on “FRIPON: the network to connect the world of asteroids to that of meteorites”.

Summary :
The FRIPON network (www.fripon.org) is now operational in France and extends to Europe, its purpose is to detect racing cars (very large shooting stars) which pass over France and which can be the source of meteorites. I will show how it works and the first results. In addition to the 100 French cameras, we have radio receivers which use the GRAVES military radar located on the aerial bass of Dijon. We observe the echoes of the radar on the ion trails of the meteors, the power and the wavelength of the radar makes it possible to observe new phenomena: fragmentation, oscillations, etc …
a review of these observations which still give us problems of interpretation. I will finish by mentioning the Vigie-Ciel participatory science program (www.vigie-ciel.fr) with the organization of our first research in the field of meteorites.

Inter-team seminar: François Colas – Observatoire de Paris

We had the honor of hosting François COLAS, CNRS Research Director, astronomer at the Paris observatory and responsible for the…

Seminar-Demo CORES : Reflectance Transformation Imaging for assessment of the surface appearance quality
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This Thursday, November 12, Abir Zendagui and Gaétan Le Goïc presented to the team their work on the project they are carrying out with Marvin Nurit and Alamin Mansouri.

They then produced a demo of their platform with Yuly Castro.

Seminar-Demo CORES : Reflectance Transformation Imaging for assessment of the surface appearance quality

This Thursday, November 12, Abir Zendagui and Gaétan Le Goïc presented to the team their work on the project they…

PhD defense : Alexandre Krebs
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The PhD defense of Alexandre Krebs entitled ” Imagerie couleur et multispectrale pour la détection de lésions pré-cancéreuses dans l’estomac” will take place the 11th December, at 2.30 PM at “Institut Marey Maison de la métallurgie”, room 111.

PhD defense : Alexandre Krebs

The PhD defense of Alexandre Krebs entitled ” Imagerie couleur et multispectrale pour la détection de lésions pré-cancéreuses dans l’estomac”…

Doctoral days
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The ImViA Doctoral Day offers to Ph.D students a unique experience to present and share their works and knowledge, every year since 2014. 
The fourth edition will take place in Le Creusot, on March 14th, at Condorcet in the University of Burgundy.

Doctoral days

The ImViA Doctoral Day offers to Ph.D students a unique experience to present and share their works and knowledge, every year since 2014.  The…

ImViA seminar : mathematics applied on image computing
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  • Blind source separation for remote photoplethysmography, Yannick Benezeth (ImViA)
  • QUARCH: a new quasi-affine reconstruction stratum, Devesh Adlakha (ERL VIBOT – ImViA – ICube)
  • Intrinsic image decomposition seen as an inverse problem, Alexandre Krebs (ImViA)
  • Modèles de faible complexité et applications à l’imagerie, Samuel Vaiter (IMB)

ImViA seminar : mathematics applied on image computing

Blind source separation for remote photoplethysmography, Yannick Benezeth (ImViA) QUARCH: a new quasi-affine reconstruction stratum, Devesh Adlakha (ERL VIBOT –…

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