Nicholas Ayache, Asclepios-project team leader, was interviewed on French national radio station France Info in the Le pitch startup program. The program was broadcasted on Saturday 2017/9/2 and is available (in french) through the media player below, or on the show’s official site, along with a text transcription.
inHEART is a new spin-off from the Inria Asclepios team and the IHU Liryc that combines their expertise in cardiac electrophysiology and medical imaging to develop advanced solutions for heart rhythm disorders.
Asclepios was well represented at the Functionnal Imaging and Modelling of the Heart 2017 in Toronto with 4 accepted papers, 3 talks and 1 poster. Sophie Giffard-Roisin even won best paper award in the electrophysiology category for her article Sparse Bayesian Non-linear Regression for Multiple Onsets Estimation in Non-invasive Cardiac…
With only 3 minutes to present several years of specialized research to the general public, Nina Miolane was able to reach the 2nd place in the regional edition of the “Ma thèse en 180 secondes” competition. Since 2014, “My thesis in 180 seconds” is a competition whose purpose is to improve communication skills…
Congratulations to Matthieu Lê for yet another award. On March 2017, the 28th, he received the Prix de thèse recherche (Research Award) from the Société française de Génie biologique et médical for his his thesis written under the direction of Nicholas Ayache and Hervé Delingette. At the MICCAI 2015 conference, he…
Congratulations to Nina Miolane who received a l’Oréal-UNESCO Fellowship for Women In Science! She is working on “Geometric Statistics for Computational Anatomy” at Inria Asclepios team under the supervision of Xavier Pennec, in the associated team GeomStats in collaboration with Susan Holmes at Stanford University.
Congratulations to Matthieu Lê who received a Young Scientist Award at the MICCAI conference, Munich, Germany, 2015 for his paper entitled “GPSSI: Gaussian Process for Sampling Segmentations of Images”, authored by Matthieu Lê, Jan Unkelbach, Nicholas Ayache, and Hervé Delingette.
Chloé Audigier will defend her PhD Thesis entitled Computational Modeling of Radiofrequency Ablation for the Planning and Guidance of Abdominal Tumor Treatment at INRIA Sophia Antipolis, Room Amphi-Kahn Wednesday, 14th October 2015.
Rocío Cabrera-Lozoya successfully defended her dissertation on “Radiofrequency Ablation Planning for Cardiac Arrhythmia Treatment using Biophysical Modeling and Machine Learning Approaches” which can be found here . Congratulations from everyone!
We are considering applications for 2 new PhD positions, one in collaboration with Microsoft Research and the other one with Mauna Kea Technologies. More details in the Jobs section.