SPIRIT stands for SPatial Interactions In Textures
SPIRIT is a research project at the junction of image processing and cellular biology, gathering several teams around the texture analysis and simulation issues.
Texture modeling is a key fundamental research problem in computer vision and graphics systems. It play an important role in many important medical imaging applications. Some of these medical imaging applications are based on a specific kind of textures, made of a limited number of distinct elements (cell, fiber structure, etc.). These elements are spatially arranged following patterns that often reflect pathological behaviors. The motivation behind this project is to propose texture models that are able to efficiently capture, describe and simulate the relationships existing between the elements in an image.
- Apr. 2015: Sullivan Adolphe joins us for a DUT internship until june
- Mar. 2015: Our work on WP2 entitled "Color Object Recognition Based on Spatial Relations between Image Layers" has been accepted to VISAPP 2015
- Feb. 2015: Our work on WP1 entitled "Statistical analysis of spatial interaction between points and areal objects in histology images" has been accepted to QBI 2015
- Jun. 2014: Our work on WP2 entitled "Grading Cancer from Liver Histology Images using Inter and Intra Region Spatial Relations" has been accepted to IEEE ICIAR 2014
- Apr. 2014: Xiaohe Qu joins us for a DUT internship until june
- Mar. 2014: We are looking for an internship programmer starting april 1st!
- Jan. 2014: Michaël Clément joins us for his M2 internship
- Nov. 2013: We are looking for a M2 student to join us
- Oct. 2013: Our work on WP2 entitled "Automatic Multiresolution Age-related Macular Degeneration Detection from Fundus Images" has been accepted to SPIE Medical Imaging 2014
- Oct. 2013: Our work on WP1 entitled "Glaucoma Detection based on Local Binary Patterns in Fundus Photographs" has been accepted to SPIE Medical Imaging 2014
- Sept. 2013: Maya Alsheh-Ali received a "Best Student Paper" award for her work published at ISPA 2013, congrats to her and all co-authors !
- Jun. 2013: Our work on WP1 entitled "Comparison of the Spatial Organization in Colorectal Tumors using Second-Order Statistics and Functional ANOVA" has been accepted to ISPA 2013
- May. 2013: Our work on WP2 entitled "Visual Point Set Processing with Lattice Structures: Application to Parsimonious Representations of Digital Histopathology Images" has been accepted to GSI 2013
- May. 2013: Our work on WP3 entitled "A Shape-Aware Model for Discrete Texture Synthesis" has been accepted to Computer Graphics Forum (EGSR'2013)
- Apr. 2013: Our work on WP3 entitled "Discrete Texture Design Using a Programmable Approach" has been accepted to SIGGRAPH 2013 (Talk)
- Mar. 2013: Our work on WP1 entitled "Caractéristiques du second ordre et ANOVA fonctionnelle pour l’étude de l’organisation spatiale de tumeurs colorectales" has been accepted to SMAI 2013
- Oct. 2012: Our work on WP3 entitled "Synthesizing Structured Doodle Hybrids" has been accepted to SIGGRAPH Asia 2012 (Poster)
- Aug. 2012: Our work on WP2 entitled "Object Description Based on Spatial Relations between Level-Sets" has been accepted to DICTA 2012
- Jan. 2012: Pierre-Edouard Landes joins us as a research engineer
- Dec. 2011: Maya Alsheh-Ali joins us for her PhD thesis
- Oct. 2011: Mickaël Garnier joins us for his PhD thesis
- Sept. 2011: We are looking for a PhD student to join us
- Sept. 2011: The launching meeting will take place on October 19th, 2011