CNRS Researcher at CREATIS, IEEE, SFGBM Member
leader of Imaging of Heart-Vessels-Lungs team #1
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P. Clarysse, "Imagerie dynamique cardiaque et thoracique", Traité Information et Science du Vivant: Hermes-Lavoisier, pp. 288 pages, 2011.
C. Germain-Renaud, V. Breton, P. Clarysse, B. Delhay, Y. Gaudeau, T. Glatard, E. Jeannot, Y. Legré, J. Montagnat, J. M. Moureaux, et al., "Grid Analysis of Radiological Data", Handbook of Research on Computational Grid Technologies for Life Sciences, Biomedicine and Healthcare: IGI, 2009.
P. Clarysse, J. Tafazzoli, P. Delachartre, and P. Croisille, "Simulation based evaluation of cardiac motion estimation methods in tagged-MR Image sequences", Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance, vol. 13, no. Suppl 1, pp. P360, 2011 . J. Vandemeulebroucke, S. Rit, J. Kybic, P. Clarysse, and D. Sarrut, "Spatio-Temporal Motion Estimation for Respiratory-Correlated Imaging of the Lungs", Med Phys, vol. 38, no. 1, 2011 . J. Schaerer, C. Casta, J. Pousin, and P. Clarysse, "A dynamic elastic model for segmentation and tracking of the heart in MR image sequences", Med Image Anal, vol. 14, no. 6, pp. 738-749, 2010. RTF Tagged XML BibTex Google Scholar T. Arts, F. W. Prinzen, T. Delhaas, J. R. Milles, A. C. Rossi, and P. Clarysse, "Mapping Displacement and Deformation of the Heart With Local Sine-Wave Modeling", IEEE T Med Imaging, vol. 29, no. 5, pp. 1114-1123, 2010. P. Clarysse, M. Picq, and J. Pousin, "Optimal extended optical flow and statistical constraints: A result of convergence", J Comput Appl Math, vol. -, no. -, pp. in press, 2010. P. Clarysse, B. Delhay, M. Picq, and J. Pousin, "Optimal extended optical flow subject to a statistical constraint", J Comput Appl Math, vol. 234, pp. 1291-1302, 2010.
I received a MSc degree in 1987 and a PhD in 1991 from the Scientific and Technological University of Lille, France. Since 1992, I am with the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) at CREATIS, Lyon, France. My primary research interests are in the bioengineering and medical image analysis fields, and include medical image processing workflows, multidimensional/multimodal image segmentation and registration, motion estimation and deformable models with applications to the 3D analysis of the heart functions and the motion of thoracic structures.