Inria Industry meeting
Wednesday, November 21
Registration and Welcome Coffee
Introductory speech by
President of Ircad and Chief executive Officer of IHU Strasbourg
Morning conference (presentations will be mainly in French) moderated by Nicholas Ayache , research director at Inria
by Professor Luc Soler , IRCAD (Strasbourg), Director of R & D
"Computer sciences in medicine aim at improving diagnosis and patient care as well as the transfer of medical knowledge to new generations of physicians. Simulation is one of the most important computer science instruments. It can be used for physician training by reducing the learning curves usually realized on real patient. It can also be used for preoperative planning, improving thus the therapeutic strategy definition by a better estimation of therapy effect through simulation. It can finally be used intraoperatively in computer-assisted surgical procedures through the development of augmented reality systems. We will present here several examples of these three main applications awaited by physicians to develop safer medicine."
by Professor Jean-Claude Granry, Hospital and University Of Angers, rapporteur for the French High Authority of Health
"Training by the methods of simulation in the health field is now widespread. It concerns both initial training as continuing professional development. It is multidisciplinary and multiprofessional.
by Dr Alain Viari , Deputy Scientific Director for Life Sciences and Environment at Inria
"This talk aims at giving an overview of the current activities in biomedical modeling and simulation at INRIA. It will be based on some of the demonstrations that will be presented during the meeting. Examples will be provided on: 1) the simulation of physiological processes (cardio-vascular, neuronal, respiratory systems, cell proliferation); data assimilation (in particular from medical imaging) in order to determine models parameters; 3) the combination of virtual or augmented reality and geometric modeling for rehabilitation or educational purposes; 4) using brain-computer interfaces for robotic control or medical simulation; 5) computer aided design (CAD) at the molecular and anatomical levels."
by Régis Caillat-Grenier , head of the Numerical Simulation for Medicine department at Interaction Healthcare
"Examples of actual implementations designed for healthcare professionals, an outlook of various innovating solutions, from fun to serious games, from simple cases to complex environments. What is the expected contribution of numerical simulation ?"
And by Stéphane Eifler
, responsible for the Medical Education in Virology at Johnson & Johnson
Opening of the Showroom and lunch (demonstrations program)
More than 20 booths with demonstration of innovating technologies from INRIA teams, partnering SME and AMIEs ( French Agency to promote the application of mathematics in the industry) and the EIT ICT labs community.
How can academics help industry grow health related business
"In the last two decades, the global health sectors experience recurrent cycles of open and closed phases of innovation and consolidation: general and specialist care, chronic and acute care, surgery and medicine, doctor-centred and self-care all display similar patterns of convergence. This presentation by Dr Car, will offer a perspective on the cycle of innovation/competition in healthcare with a special focus on eHealth. He will outline and explain the main drivers of innovation and synergies that exist between converging health paradigms especially with a focus on how professionals in the industry can interact with academics, what’s expected from them, etc."
Skin interactive exploration and vizualisation
"BASF Beauty Care Solutions France has set up the SkinExplorerTM platform in partnership with INRIA grand Est- Alice team-Bruno Levy. The idea was to link numerical geometry to confocal microscopy data. Our goal was to perfect a heavy and time-consumer technology into alternative 3D reconstruction and visualization tools well suited to explore the skin world."
A room dedicated to business meetings will be made available to participants.
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