Viviana’s PHD thesis, entitled “Multi-modal registration of T1 brain image and geometric descriptors of white matter tracts”, was defended on July 8th at 2PM at Neurospin, with a committee composed of Bertrand Thirion (Director), Pierre Fillard (Advisor), Christian Barrillot (Reviewer), Natasha Lepore (Reviewer), Joan Glaunes (Examiner), Marc Baboulin (Examiner) and Demian Wassermann (Examiner).
Congratulations Dr. Siless !
Gael made to wonderful talks to present the usefulness of new convex penalties (aka sparse total variation) for brain imaging.
Please come and visit us at posters 1840, 3594, 3457, 3531 and 3469
Elvis Dohmatob got a honorable mention for the student paper award at PRNI 2012 for the work “Benchmarking solvers for TV-l1 least-squares and logistic regression in brain imaging”
Congratulations also to Alex and Daniel Strohmeier for their best paper award: “Improved MEG/EEG source localization with reweighted mixed-norms (ID12)“.
Please find more information here.
There was great food, and fantastic view, and a lot of hacking!
Fantastic views of the cliffs at Etretat.
The food was excellent.
Views of Etretat, where we were staying.
A bit of rain, one minute of sunshine, wonderful cliffs, blue sea, and a lot of hacking !
Hao defended his PhD thesis entitled ‘Probabilistic atlas estimation: Application to atlas-based segmentation ‘ at Ecole Polytechnique and obtained highest honor.
Discover the amazing experience of Gaël: http://www.inria.fr/centre/saclay/actualites/gael-varoquaux-de-la-physique-quantique-a-l-imagerie-cerebrale
For the great PhD defense, and the great work done in MEG ! Good luck !