Team, Visitors, External Collaborators
Overall Objectives
Research Program
Application Domains
Highlights of the Year
New Software and Platforms
New Results
Bilateral Contracts and Grants with Industry
Partnerships and Cooperations
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2018 Team Activity Report
Computational Anatomy and Simulation for Medicine
Inria teams are typically groups of researchers working on the definition of a common project, and objectives, with the goal to arrive at the creation of a project-team. Such project-teams may include other partners (universities or research institutions).
Research centre: Nancy - Grand Est

Field: Digital Health, Biology and Earth
Theme: Computational Neuroscience and Medicine
Computer Science and Digital Science:
  • A2.5. - Software engineering
  • A3.1.1. - Modeling, representation
  • A3.1.4. - Uncertain data
  • A3.2.2. - Knowledge extraction, cleaning
  • A5.1. - Human-Computer Interaction
  • A5.3.4. - Registration
  • A5.4.4. - 3D and spatio-temporal reconstruction
  • A5.4.5. - Object tracking and motion analysis
  • A5.6. - Virtual reality, augmented reality
  • A6.1.1. - Continuous Modeling (PDE, ODE)
  • A6.1.5. - Multiphysics modeling
  • A6.2.8. - Computational geometry and meshes
  • A6.3.1. - Inverse problems
  • A6.3.2. - Data assimilation
  • A6.3.4. - Model reduction
  • A9.2. - Machine learning
  • A9.10. - Hybrid approaches for AI
Other Research Topics and Application Domains:
  • B2.4. - Therapies
  • B2.4.3. - Surgery
  • B2.6. - Biological and medical imaging
  • B2.7. - Medical devices
  • B2.7.1. - Surgical devices