Jason Chevrie

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Jason Chevrie

Temporary teaching and research assistant at ISTIC

Univ Rennes, Inria, CNRS, IRISA

Email : jason.chevrie@irisa.fr
Address :

Bureau C015 Jaune
IRISA,
Campus Universitaire de Beaulieu
35042 Rennes, France
Tel : 02 99 84 25 71
Fax : 02 99 84 71 71
Assistant : 02 99 84 22 52 (Hélène de La Ruée)

 

 

Short bio

Currently temporary teaching and research assistant at ISTIC for the 2017-2018 academic year.

I entered the department of Electronics, Electrotechnics and Control at the Ecole Normale Supérieur de Cachan in 2010.
I graduated a Master of Education and Teaching, electrical engineering option in 2013. The same year I passed the competitive french exam of the Agregation of Engineering Sciences, Electrical Engineering option. In 2014, I graduated a Master degree in Control and Signal and Image Processing at ENS Cachan, Supélec and University Paris-Sud. I made my Master research project in the Lagadic team on the tracking of deformable objects in ultrasound volumes.

I received a Ph.D. in Signal Processing and Telecommunications at the University of Rennes 1 in 2017. My Ph.D. work was on the subject of flexible needle steering using ultrasound visual servoing and was carried out under the supervision of Alexandre Krupa and Marie Babel. Early 2017, I also spent three months of mobility at University of Twente in the Netherlands, where I worked on needle steering at Surgical Robotics Laboratory in the research team of Sarthak Misra.

The focus of my research is related to the development of a solution for the assistance to the needle insertion procedures. These procedures are more and more commonly used, mainly for diagnosis and treatment of tumors. The steering of a thin flexible needle in soft tissues is a complex task which requires a high accuracy to avoid misdiagnosis or damages to surrounding healthy tissues. I mainly focus on the design of a control strategy in order to reach a target in the tissues with a flexible needle attached to a robotic arm. Visual feedback is obtained through a 3D mechanical ultrasound probe to be able to localize the needle and the target during the procedure. Hence my work also focuses on the modeling of the needle-tissue interaction and on image processing for the tracking of the needle in ultrasound volumes.

Demonstrations

Publications

Thesis

  1. J. Chevrie. Flexible Needle Steering using Ultrasound Visual Servoing. Thèse de l’Université de Rennes 1, Décembre 2017. details Hal : Hyper Archive en ligne pdf

International journals

  1. J. Chevrie, N. Shahriari, M. Babel, A. Krupa, S. Misra. Flexible Needle Steering in Moving Biological Tissue with Motion Compensation using Ultrasound and Force Feedback. IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters (also presented at ICRA’18), 3(3):2338-2345, July 2018. details Hal : Hyper Archive en ligne doi pdf

International conferences

  1. J. Chevrie, A. Krupa, M. Babel. Online prediction of needle shape deformation in moving soft tissues from visual feedback. In IEEE/RSJ Int. Conf. on Intelligent Robots and Systems, IROS’16, Pages 2375-2380, Daejeon, South Korea, October 2016. details Hal : Hyper Archive en ligne doi pdf
  2. J. Chevrie, A. Krupa, M. Babel. Needle steering fusing direct base manipulation and tip-based control. In IEEE Int. Conf. on Robotics and Automation, ICRA’16, Pages 4450-4455, Stockholm, Sweden, May 2016. details Hal : Hyper Archive en ligne doi pdf

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