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VPH 2012 – Conference

VPH 2012 – ConferencePublication: Yves Martelli, Tristan Whitmarsh, Ludovic Humbert, François Chung, Luis M. del Río Barquero, Silvana Di Gregorio, Luigi Carotenuto, Alejandro F. Frangi; A software framework for 3D reconstruction and fracture risk assessment of the proximal femur from dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry; VPH 2012: Virtual Physiological Human – Integrative approaches to computational biomedicine, London, 2012. Learn more


APIFRESH (project)Inspiralia project @Madrid, Spain (2012). The competitiveness of the European beekeeping sector is progressively falling due to the reduction of production as a direct consequence of the decrease in bee population. In addition, beekeeping products from countries with lower quality standards are gaining market share in Europe through an unfair competition. Furthermore, there is a lack of standards at European level for certain bee products like pollen and royal jelly. Learn more

GIMIAS framework

GIMIAS frameworkUPF project @Barcelona, Spain (2011). GIMIAS (Graphical Interface for Medical Image Analysis and Simulation) is a workflow-oriented environment for solving biomedical image computing and simulation problems, which is extensible through the development of problem-specific plugins. In addition, GIMIAS provides an open source framework for the development of research and clinical software prototypes while allowing business-friendly technology transfer. Learn more

Regional appearance

Regional appearanceINRIA project @Sophia-Antipolis, France (2011). In this work, we present a novel appearance prior for model-based image segmentation. This appearance prior, denoted as Multimodal Prior Appearance Model (MPAM), is built upon an unsupervised clustering of intensity profiles. Unlike classical approaches based on Principal Component Analysis (PCA), the clustering is considered as regional because intensity profiles are classified for each mesh and not for each vertex. Learn more

3D Anatomical Human

3D Anatomical Human (project)INRIA project @Geneva, Switzerland (2010). The 3D Anatomical Human (3DAH) project is a EU Marie Curie Research and Training Network (RTN). The objective is to increase the development of technologies and knowledge around virtual representations of the human body for interactive medical applications. More specifically, the network aims at developing realistic functional 3D models of the musculoskeletal system, the methodology being demonstrated on the lower limb. Learn more