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MediCIS is a research team of the [[http://www.ltsi.univ-rennes1.fr|UMR Inserm U1099 LTSI]] from [[http://www.univ-rennes1.fr|University of Rennes I]], affiliated to [[http://www.inserm.fr|INSERM]] (National Institute of Health and Scientific Research) and is located in Rennes, France at the medical school. MediCIS is a research team of the [[http://www.ltsi.univ-rennes1.fr|UMR Inserm U1099 LTSI]] from [[http://www.univ-rennes1.fr|University of Rennes I]], affiliated to [[http://www.inserm.fr|INSERM]] (National Institute of Health and Scientific Research) and is located in Rennes, France at the medical school.
-We aim at improving **surgical quality** through two directions. First, by computer assistance of the surgical decision-making process including managerial decisions, process of care, and outcome-based decisions. Second, by developing simulation systems for better surgical training and evaluation. A common methodological approach will be studied for both: the study of methods for symbolic and numeric modeling of the different technical and non-technical surgical skills. One aim is also to study low-cost and low-complexity technologies for, but not exclusively, neurosurgery.+We aim at improving **surgical quality** with [[https://www.nature.com/articles/s41551-017-0132-7|Surgical Data Science]]. This first includes study of Artificial Intelligence approaches for computer assistance of surgical decision-making process including managerial decisions, process of care, and outcome-based decisions. And secondly, the study of methods for symbolic and numeric modeling of the different technical and non-technical surgical skills for developing simulation systems for better surgical training and evaluation. One aim is also to study low-cost and low-complexity technologies for, but not exclusively, neurosurgery.
-**[[HTTP://WWW.CARS2019.ORG|... WE ARE ORGANIZING CARS 2019 CONFERENCE IN RENNES ...]]+**[[HTTP://WWW.CARS2019.ORG|... WE ORGANIZED CARS 2019 CONFERENCE IN RENNES. See how successful it was ...]]
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====== Involvement in Conferences ====== ====== Involvement in Conferences ======
 +  *[[HTTP://WWW.CARS2019.ORG|Organization of CARS 2019 CONFERENCE in RENNES June 17-21 2019...]]
  * Participation à l'organisation de la [[http://www.cars-int.org/|conférence internationale CARS 2018]] Berlin en Juin 2018 (Germany)   * Participation à l'organisation de la [[http://www.cars-int.org/|conférence internationale CARS 2018]] Berlin en Juin 2018 (Germany)
  * Invited talk at "Autonomy in Surgical robots" Hamlyn Symposium Imperial College London, June 24-27, 2018   * Invited talk at "Autonomy in Surgical robots" Hamlyn Symposium Imperial College London, June 24-27, 2018
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Methods: Methods:
 +  - Surgical Data Science
 +  - Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
  - Study and understanding of surgical competencies within simulated and real clinical environments   - Study and understanding of surgical competencies within simulated and real clinical environments
  - Study of methods for modeling and evaluation of competencies from observed data   - Study of methods for modeling and evaluation of competencies from observed data
  - Implementation of models and methods within systems allowing evaluating, ensuring and/or optimising surgical quality   - Implementation of models and methods within systems allowing evaluating, ensuring and/or optimising surgical quality
-Our core competencies: Data fusion and image processing, Machine learning, Supervized and unsupervised analysis, Knowledge modeling+Our core competencies: Surgical Data Science, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Data fusion and image processing, Ontologies
For more details about the methodological and applicative objectives on these issues, go to the [[:activities|Scientific Activities]] page. For more details about the methodological and applicative objectives on these issues, go to the [[:activities|Scientific Activities]] page.
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