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Signal Processing Core

PARTNERS
HUG
Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève
CHUV
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire du Vaud
UNIL
Université de Lausanne
UniGe
Université de Genève
EPFL
Ecole Polytechnique Féderale de Lausanne

Welcome

The Signal Processing Core of the Centre d'Imagerie BioMédicale (CIBM) is composed of two satellite antennas of the EPFL-based signal processing and biomedical imaging laboratories.

Mission

  • Perform high-level research in medical image processing
    • Develop new algorithms and mathematical tools
    • Research that is motivated by clinical problems
    • Integration of data (e.g., multi-modal)
  • Take part in collaborative projects within the CIBM
  • Provide expertise for signal processing and image analysis
    • Expert advice to members of the CIBM
    • Training
    • Make algorithms available

Top News

Valerie Duay invites you to hrs PhD thesis public presentation entitled: "Dense deformation field estimation for atlas registration using the active contour framework" The presentation (in French) will take place on Wednesday December 19th, 2007 at 18:00 in room ELA2 at the EPFL.
Workshop on Tensors in Image Processing and Computer Vision, June 23th in IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, Anchorage, Alaska, June 23-28. Workshop submissions are due to 15th March 2008.
D. Van de Ville and M. Bach Cuadra present the Signal Processing Core at the School of Computer Science and Information Technology, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK.
Francisco Javier Sanchez Castro invites you to his PhD thesis public presentation entitled: "Nonrigid medical image registration: algorithms, validation and applications" The presentation (in French) will take place on Friday June 1st, 2007 at 4:30pm in room ELA1 at the EPFL.
The official inauguration of CIBM will take place on 4th June at EPFL.
The CIBM Signal Processing Core participates to The 2007 Research Day of CHUV, organized by the the Biology and Medecine Department of the Lausanne University. This year the topic of the day is "Biomedical Imaging" and the SPC presented several posters.
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Top Seminars

Dense deformation field estimation for atlas registration using the active contour framework
Dr. Valerie Duay
A Marginalized MAP Approach and EM Optimization for Pair-Wise Registration
Prof. Sandy Wells
Nonrigid medical image registration: algorithms, validation and applications
Dr. Francisco Javier Sanchez Castro
A structural vision of brain mapping
Dr Jean-François Mangin
Efficient Population Registration of 3D Data
Lilla Zollei
Sparse representations and statistical analysis of functional magnetic resonance images of the human brain
Jalal Fadili
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