TOPACS

Purpose and context

The ANR-funded TOPACS project proposes to investigate full-body computational anatomy, through the analysis of a large set of 3D CT and MRI scans (more than 10000 individuals) stored in Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS) of partner hospitals. As 3D scans provide volumetric information, it is possible to take into account inner organs and gather significantly more information than by considering only the outer body envelope. First applications will focus on Forensic Science, such as the determination of age and sex of unknown individuals.

Project Members

CREATIS

  • Sébastien Valette (Project Leader)
  • Razmig Kéchichian
  • Laurent Fanton

Institut Pascal

  • Adrien Bartoli

ICube

  • Fabrice Heitz
  • Vincent Noblet
  • Sylvain Faisan

Gipsa-Lab

  • Michel Desvignes

LIRIS

  • Raphaëlle Chaine
  • Julie Digne

CURML

  • Tony Fracasso