Université Paris Descartes (UPD), Associate Professor
Nicolas Loménie is an associate professor at University Paris Descartes. Research fellow at IPAL (joint NUS/I2R/CNRS lab) from 2009 to 2012, his research interests include image analysis, pattern recognition and computer vision. He has worked so far on object recognition issues in VHR satellite images, medical image screening and stereoscopic point set analysis. Since working in and (after 2012) with IPAL, his current research topics include knowledge-driven medical image analysis, in particular for the exploration of huge histopathological images.
Nicolas was full time IPAL researcher from 2008 to 2012 and remains IPAL international Collaborator since.
The current topics of interest are the design of theoretical mathematical morphology filters to act on unorganized point sets. Spatial relations modeling has been a part of this effort so far. Two ongoing projects ANR SPIRIT and MICO are giving the opportunity to go forward in these directions and expand the scope of low-level image analysis interest to more cognitive visionb aspects by working on histopathological images.
image analysis, structural analysis, computer vision, pattern recognition, digital histopathology
- MICO - "COgnitive MIcroscope: A cognition-driven visual explorer for histopathology. Application to breast cancer grading"
- Granted by the Technologies for Health program (TecSan - Technologies pour la Santé) of the French National Research Agency (Agence Nationale de la Recherche - ANR);
- Partners: LIP6 - UPMC, TRIBVN (SME, Paris), THALES-TCF, Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital, Paris and AGFA Healthcare France;
- Duration 2011-2014 (3 years) ; Role : Principal Investigator (Coordinator);
- IVS4NSC - "An Intelligent Vision System for Quantitative Microscopy in Neural Stem Cells Progenitor Growth and Differentiation"
- Project funded by A*STAR/CCO (Cross Council SERC-BMRC/A*STAR) Singapore Involving three A*STAR institutes (Institute for Infocomm Research I2R/SERC, Bioinformatic Institute BII/BMRC and the Institute of Medical Biology IMB/BMRC);
- Duration: 2009 – 2013 (3 years and 1/2);
- SPIRIT - “SPatial InteRactions In Textures”
- Granted by the program JCJC of the French National Research Agency (Agence Nationale de la Recherche - ANR)
- Partners : LIPADE - University Paris Descartes, Institut Cochin, Unité de Pharmacologie Chimique et Génétique et d'Imagerie, CNRS UMR 8151 Inserm
U1022 – Paris Descartes – Chimie ParisTech
- Objective : Descriptive and generative models of the spatial organisation of element based textures towards medical image analysis tasks.
- Duration 2011-2015 (42 months)