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  • Modélisation à base topologique pour la simulation de tissus végétaux

    Encadrement : Frédéric Boudon (Equipe INRIA Virtual Plants, UMR AGAP), Christophe Fiorio (Equipe Lirmm ICAR), Christophe Godin (Equipe INRIA Virtual Plants). Lieu de stage : Montpellier, LIRMM Bâtiment 5. Rémunération : ~ 500 € / mois Contact :frederic.boudon _AT_ cirad.fr, christophe.fiorio _AT_ lirmm.fr, christophe.godin _AT_ inria.fr Contexte : Avec les enjeux contemporains tels que l’écologie, le développement durable et les changements climatiques, une ...
  • (Français) Sujet de stage année 2015-2016

    Sorry, this entry is only available in French. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. “Simulations d’images de microscopie confocale: Applications à l’imagerie cellulaire des plantes”. Collaboration Créatis Lyon, Inria Virtual Plants. Mots clés: traitement d’images – microscopie confocale – ...
  • Post-doc: Quantitative imaging and modeling of hormones in meristem development (Human Frontiers Science Program, up to 36 months. Status: Closed)

    In this project, we aim to elucidate the basis for positional information by hormones during plant morphogenesis. While it is known that cell fate decisions require simultaneous input from multiple hormones, to-date a precise understanding of how these signals are coordinated and act together to drive morphogenesis does not exist. Our limited mechanistic understanding is largely due to ...
  • Post-doc: modeling 3D fruit development (Funding Agropolis Fundation, 24 months. Status: Closed)

    Based on a previous work that set up a 3D model of carbon and water transport in 3D fruit architecture, the aim of this post-doc project is to integrate a mechanical model of the fruit development and couple it with the existing physiological model. This model will focus on the role of the fruit cuticle ...
  • Post-doc: 3D imaging and modeling in plant morphogenesis (Funding IBC, up to 48 months: Status: Closed)

    The aim of this study is to design a novel concept of “digital atlas” to set up maps of gene activity at different stages of embryonic tissue development in both animals and plants. This new concept and associated tools are expected to foster the quantitative exploration of genotype/phenotype relationships during embryo or meristem development. The work will ...

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