Full-time Researcher (HDR)

Tomoradio team

CREATIS

CNRS

Biography

I am a permanent CNRS researcher at CREATIS (Tomoradio team). I defended my Accreditation To Supervise Research (HDR) in 2019.

Since September 2019, I am an elected member of the CoNRS (section 7).

My research activities include data compression, geometry processing (mostly mesh generation), and medical image processing (segmentation and registration). I have published in several top rank journals (IEEE TVCG, IEEE TIP, IEEE TMI) and my works have been presented at several selective international conferences (Eurographics, SGP, SMI). I am also a contributor to open science, providing the source code for several of my papers on github (ACVD, DESK, FROG, Wavemesh).

Interests
  • Geometry Processing
  • Image processing
  • Data compression
  • Medical image analysis
Education
  • Accreditation To Supervise Research (HDR), 2019

    INSA-Lyon

  • PhD in Image and Geometry Processing, 2002

    INSA-Lyon

  • Electrical Engineering, 1998

    INSA-Lyon

Skills

Digital Geometry Processing

My main contributions to this field are related to mesh generation

Medical Image Processing

There is a huge quantity of medical images in hospitals. I develop methods to efficiently analyse large 3D image sets, while preserving patient anonymity

Data Compression

I have contributed to data compression, especially for 3D triangular meshes

Projects/
Software

TOPACS
Towards Open processing of PACS data.
TOPACS
FROG
Fast Registration Of image Groups.
FROG
ACVD
Robust remeshing via Approximate Centroidal Voronoi Diagrams.
ACVD
DESK
DESK Exposing Server Kit, a framework for web-based medical image display and processing.
DESK
EduAnat2
Online/Offline 3D medical image viewer for education
EduAnat2
Wavemesh
Multiresolution analysis of 3D triangular meshes and application to compression
Wavemesh

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