Who are we?
ETIS is located in Cergy, 30kms NW from Paris.
ETIS research concerns four main domains:
- MIDI: Multimedia Indexing and Data Integration
- ICI: Information, Communications, Imagery
- ASTRE: Architectures, Systems, Technologies for embedded REconfigurables units
- NEURO: Neurocybernetics
Design of a Radio Direction Finder for Search and Rescue Operations: Estimation, Sonification, and Virtual Prototyping
This research investigates the design of a radio Direction Finder (DF) for rescue operation using victims' cellphone as localization beacons. The conception is focused on an audio interface, using sound to progressively guide rescuers towards their target. The thesis' ambition is to exploit the natural mechanisms of human hearing to improve the global performance of the search process rather than to develop new Direction-Of-Arrival (DOA) estimation techniques. [...]
Extra-intestinal malignancies in inflammatory bowel diseases: An update with emphasis on MDCT and MR imaging features.
Rényi Divergence As Contrast Metric For Object Detection In Noisy Images
A binary detection task on the presence or absence of an object over a background in noisy images is studied based on a contrast metric taken as the R´enyi divergence. The analysis extends, and contains as a special case, previous works realized for the same detection task on the comparison of the Kullback-Leibler divergence and the Bhattacharryya divergence. [...]
Smart Videocapsule for Early Diagnosis of Colorectal Cancer: Toward Embedded Image Analysis
For the last 20 years, wireless videocapsule technology has triggered a lot of interest in the gastroenterologist community for the non-invasive early detection of various gastrointestinal pathologies (ulcers, Chrones disease, polyp detection, etc.). Nevertheless, in most of the European countries videocapsules are not yet considered as a systematic valid alternative to classic endoscopies and colonoscopies. [...]
On The Joint Modeling of The Behavior of Social Insects and Their Interaction With Environment by Taking Into Account Physical Phenomena Like Anisotropic Diffusion
This work takes place in the framework of GEODIFF project (funded by CNRS) and deals with the general issue of the social behavior modeling of pest insects with a particular focus on Bark Beetles. Bark Beetles are responsible for pine trees devastation in North America since 2005. [...]