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Denis Friboulet


Denis Friboulet was born in Bordeaux, France in 1961. He received the engineering degree (electrical engineering) in 1984 and the Ph.D. degree (biomedical engineering) in 1990, both from the National Institute for Applied Sciences of Lyon (INSA-Lyon). He worked from 1990 to 1991 at the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science in Medicine at the University of Hamburg (Germany). He is now Professor at Creatis - INSA Lyon

He currently leads the "Images and Models" team (15 permanent researchers and engineers). He has published more than 40 international journal and 100 conferences papers in the field of medical ultrasonic image and signal processing. He has participated/participates in several national and European research programmes such as the Virtual Physiological Human (VPH NOE and VPH-CaSeE)


1997   

Journal articles2 documents

  • P. Clarysse, D. Friboulet, I.E. Magnin. Tracking geometrical descriptors on 3D deformable surfaces. Application to the left-ventricular surface of the heart. IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 1997, 16 (4), pp.392-404. ⟨hal-01919955⟩
  • J.M. Gorce, D. Friboulet, I.E. Magnin. Estimation of three-dimensional cardiac velocity fields : Assessment of a differential method and application to 3D CT data. Medical Image Analysis, Elsevier, 1997, 1 (3), pp.245-261. ⟨hal-01919956⟩

Conference papers3 documents

  • J.M. Gorce, D. Friboulet, J. d'Hooge, B. Bijnens, I.E. Magnin. Autoregressive models for a spectral estimation scheme dedicated to medical ultrasonic radio-frequency images. IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, 1997, Toronto, Canada. pp.1461-1464. ⟨hal-01922953⟩
  • J.M. Gorce, D. Friboulet, M. Robini, B. Bijnens, I.E. Magnin. Analysis of RF signals in echographic images using a regularized autoregressive model. Proceedings 11th Int Conf on Computer Assisted Radiology, 1997, Berlin, Germany. pp.981. ⟨hal-01922954⟩
  • J.M. Gorce, D. Friboulet, M. Robini, B. Bijnens, I.E. Magnin. Regularized autoregressive model preserving spatial discontinuities for analysis of radio-frequency signals in echographic images. 6e Colloque GRETSI, 1997, Grenoble, France. pp.1363-1366. ⟨hal-01922952⟩