Jean-Louis COATRIEUX and Christian ROUX, Chairs
The spirit of this Summer School is inspired by the most prestigious school ever founded in France, Saint Flour, the influence of which has spread to generations of researchers in Mathematics. Since its establishment in Brittany in 1994, this school has become a worldwide reference. It is resolutely international (participants from more than twenty countries have participated to the previous editions) and accessible to young scientists. It is an open yet privileged place for exchanges and discussions of major on-going work. Informal and warm, at a location where the sea and the land combine in a time varying relation, this school brings together, every two years for ten days, the world great teachers and researchers in Biomedical Imaging.
Lectures, seminars, and discussions are organized at the highest level, but with the freedom of spirit that is the tradition of Brittany. The school objective is to contribute without any exclusion to advances in a rapidly evolving field, and to foster participation in the adventure of research. It provides up-to-date, state-of-art knowledge on emerging areas and addresses important issues dealing with complex, multivariate systems, going from basic to applied research.
Audience: The Summer School is open to graduate students (M.S., PhD), post doctoral scientists, radiologists, biologists, researchers and engineers in industry
Lectures - Program (download program)
|Mathias FINK, ESPCI ParisTech, France||“Multi-wave Imaging”|
|Koji IKUTA, Koji IKUTA, Nagoya University, Japan||“Optically Driven Nano Robots with Image Based Force Measurement for Cell Investigation”|
|Dimitris METAXAS, Rutgers University, USA||“Learning and Stochastic Deformable Model-based Methods for Clinical and Preclinical Applications”|
|Jean-Christophe OLIVO MARIN, Institut Pasteur, France||“Quantitative Biological Imaging: from Cells to Numbers”|
|Jerry PRINCE, Johns Hopkins University, USA||“Segmentation and Labeling in Neuroimaging”|
|Marco VICECONTI, University of Bologna, Italy||“Imaging and Modelling Biomechanics: the Virtual Physiological Human”|
A. Claude BOCCARA, ESPCI ParisTech, France - “Optical Imaging: from Macro to Nano scales”
Efstathios (Stathis) HADJIDEMETRIOU, Freiburg University Hospital, Germany - “Analysis of Longitudinal MRI Data Monitoring Preclinical and Clinical Treatment Trials for the Extraction of Biomarkers”
Lilla ZÖLLEI, Massachusetts General Hospital, USA - “Robust and Accurate Alignment of Structural MRI Images and Diffusion Tractography”