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morphology general topics
images and mathematical morphology
polar representations and modelling of colour images
- Morphological segmentation of colour images
- Colour image filtering using morphological operators:
simplification, enhancement, denoising, etc.
- Morphological-based colour-texture descriptors
morphology in log-polar coordinates
- Distance functions, minimal paths, jumps and other
tools for segmentation and feature extraction
- Morphological spectral analysis (granulometries) for
structure characterisation, classification and retrieval
- Temporal segmentation of video data in order to
partition the sequence into shots using morphological tools
to bioimaging and visiomic
microarray image analysis
- Exploring new applications of mathematical morphology
for reading biological arrays: analysis of protein microarrays,
analysis of cell arrays, analysis of tissue arrays
- Cell description and classification in haematological
cytology (lymphocytes and erythrocytes)
- Quantification of angiogenesis (endothelial cell
organization in vitro)
- Quantification of calcification in the mouse aorta
content indexing, image retrieval
- Automation in microscopy and laboratory routines
- Telemedicine, telepathology, telehaematology
INDIGO - European STREP in the FP6 (Aug 05/Jul 08):
Integrated Highly Sensitivity Fluorescence-based Biosensor for
GEMBIO - French Grant CGM (Jan 04/Dec 04):
Mathematical methods for the analysis of biochip data: towards medical
and therapeutic diagnosis and prognostic.
Supported by the
Strategic Orientation Committee for the Ecoles des Mines, part of the
Conseil General des Mines (CGM).
MATCHCELL2 - French Grant BIO CRITT (Jan 04/Sept 04):
Automation for the characterisation of red blood cells for colour
images of peripheral blood smears.
MATCHCELL - French Grant BIO CRITT (Jan 01/Sept 01):
Development of image processing tools for computer aided diagnosis in
haematological cytology (lymphocyte characterisation).
U507, Hôpital Necker - Paris (2003):
Morphological quantification of aortic calcification from low
U428, l'Université Paris V (2002):
Application of mathematical morphology to the quantification of in
vitro endothelial cell organization into tubular-like structures.
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