About Us

The Medical Image Processing Lab (MIPLab) is headed by Dimitri Van De Ville. The lab is jointly between the University of Geneva (Faculty of Medicine, Department of Radiology) and the EPFL (School of Engineering, Institute of Bioengineering). Our research interests are at the interface between signal processing and medical imaging:

  • Signal and image processing: wavelets, inverse problems, mathematical imaging, sparsity, pattern recognition.
  • Functional imaging: (f)MRI, EEG, PET, laser Doppler optics.
We have regularly job openings for post-doctoral fellows and PhD students.

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  • November 2014: MIPLab will participate to the Brain Connectomics session at Asilomar SSC, Nov 2-5, Pacific Grove.
  • June 2014: Congratulations to Nora Leonardi who successfully passed her PhD exam on Thursday, June 5. The public PhD defense took place on Friday June 27, 17h30, MXF1.
  • May 2014: Giulia Preti has been selected to participate in the prestigious UCLA Advanced Neuroimaging Summerschool.
  • April 2014: Dimitri Van De Ville received a NARSAD Independent Investigator Grant (40 selected out of 347 submissions) on dynamic functional connectivity as an imaging marker in bipolar affective disorders. This project is in collaboration with Prof. Patrik Vuilleumier at UniGE.
  • Nov 2013: Congratulations to Isik Karahanoglu who received the Vasco Sanz Fund Award 2013 for her PhD work on Total Activation! She showed it is possible to recover activity-inducing signals from task-evoked and resting-state fMRI data using sparsity-inducing regularization (i.e., without prior knowledge about timing).
  • August 2013: The Wavelets and Sparsity XV conference, part of the Wavelets Series Conferences took place in San Diego CA (Dimitri is general co-chair together with Vivek Goyal, MIT; and Manos Papadakis, UHouston). Thanks to all the participants for making it a great success.
  • July 2013: Congratulations to Isik Karahanoglu who successfully passed her PhD exam on Monday, July 1. The public PhD defense will take place on Friday August 23, 17h, BM5.202.
  • June 2013: Join us at the Third International Workshop on Pattern Recognition in NeuroImaging (PRNI) to held in Philadelphia, June 22-24.
  • June 2013: Congratulations to Isik Karahanoglu who received the NeuroImage Editors' Choice Award for her paper on Total Activation! Isik received the award during the opening ceremony of HBM 2013 in Seattle.
  • December 2012: Congratulations to Rotem Kopel who obtained a prestigious Marie Heim-Voegtlin Fellowship from the Swiss National Science Foundation for her Ph.D. research on real-time fMRI neurofeedback.
  • July 2012: Congratulations to Romain Pirson, Erasmus exchange student at MIPLab, who has received the Best Master Thesis Award from the 'Association des ingénieurs diplômés de l'Université de Liège' for his Master Thesis entitled 'Hybrid Anatomical and Data-Driven Techniques for Functional Connectivity Estimation'.
  • July 2012: Dimitri Van De Ville is organizing the Technical Workshop Mapping the brain using fMRI decoding techniques that is held during the 8th FENS Forum of Neuroscience, July 14-18, 2012, Barcelona. Thanks to all speakers!
  • April 2012: Hamdi Eryilmaz passed successfully his Ph.D. exam on April 23, 2012. Hamdi's thesis was done in collaboration with MIPLab, in particular the wavelet connectivity techniques. Congratulations Dr. Hamdi!
  • March 2012: Congratulations to Dr. Jonas Richiardi who was awarded a prestigious EU Marie-Curie Outgoing Fellowship! Jonas will go to the renowned lab of Prof. Michael Greicius at Stanford University. Good luck in California!
  • February 2012: Juliane Britz and Dimitri Van De Ville have been awarded the 2012 Pfizer Research Award (category 'Neurosciences and Diseases of the Central Nervous System') for their work on 'The resting brain: a well-organized chaos with fractal structure'. The award ceremony took place on February 2 at the Metropol in Zurich; photos and videos are available online.
  • January 2012: Congratulations to Nora Leonardi who won the Best Poster Award with her work entitled 'Scan-by-scan decoding of cognitive states from fMRI data using whole-brain functional connectivity' during the Alpine Brain Imaging Meeting. Nora's poster is joint work with Jonas Richiardi and Hamdi Eryilmaz.
  • January 2012: Dimitri Van De Ville starts his term as Chair of the Biomedical Image and Signal Processing Technical Committee (BISP) of the IEEE Signal Processing Society.

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Prof. Dimitri Van De Ville

Secretary

[at EPFL]
Ms Ruth Fiaux
EPFL-STI-IBI
BM4.134
Station 17
CH-1015 Lausanne
Switzerland
Phone: +41 21 6935172
Fax: +41 21 6936990

[at UniGE]
Radiology-CIBM SPC
University Hospital Geneva
Rue Gabrielle-Perret-G. 4
CH-1211 Geneva 14
Switzerland
Fax: +41 22 3727072