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 ====== Contact ====== ====== Contact ======
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 CS 34317\\ CS 34317\\
 35043 Rennes cedex - France\\ 35043 Rennes cedex - France\\
-**Assistant** : Noemie Buisard : +33 2 23 23 47 18\\+**Assistant** : Noemie Buisard : +33 2 23 23 69 30\\
  
 ====== Publications ====== ====== Publications ======
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-Medical image processing, human interaction ​with machine intelligence, machine learning, variational-optimization in image segmentation+Medical image processing, deep learning, human-computer ​interaction ​in machine intelligence,​ variational-optimization in image segmentation
  
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 I am interesting developing solutions in machine learning that allow for easier and more nuanced communication of complex information between the computer and the clinical user. This focus includes technical development in areas such as medical image processing, visualization and deep learning, but also extends to more theoretically-oriented in semiotic human-computer interaction. (For an example of the latter, please read my paper on [[http://​www.medicalimageanalysisjournal.com/​article/​S1361-8415(17)30176-7/​abstract|The Semiotics of Medical Image Segmentation]] recently published in //Medical Image Analysis//​.) I am interesting developing solutions in machine learning that allow for easier and more nuanced communication of complex information between the computer and the clinical user. This focus includes technical development in areas such as medical image processing, visualization and deep learning, but also extends to more theoretically-oriented in semiotic human-computer interaction. (For an example of the latter, please read my paper on [[http://​www.medicalimageanalysisjournal.com/​article/​S1361-8415(17)30176-7/​abstract|The Semiotics of Medical Image Segmentation]] recently published in //Medical Image Analysis//​.)
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 +I am currently applying these methods in the realm of functional neurosurgery,​ specifically deep brain stimulation and transcranial magnetic stimulation. This includes a variety of technical problems, specifically concerning the localisation and segmentation of small or ill-defined anatomical structures in cranial MRI.
  
  
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