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News

  • June 2017: Quentin Boehler is awarded by University of Strasbourg for his Ph.D. work on robotic assistance for MRI-guided tasks. Interview in french here. Quentin Boehler is current post-doc at ETHZ.
  • November 2016: Arnaud Bruyas receives the Best PhD Award from the GDR Robotique for his Ph.D. thesis entitled "Contribution of multi-material additive manufacturing for robotic design". A. Bruyas defended his Ph.D. in November 2015, under the supervision of Pierre Renaud with the advising of François Geiskopf. He is currently post-doc at the Yang Lab in Stanford University.
  • May 2016: Nadège Corbin receives a Summa Cum Laude and the 3rd prize student award from the MRE study group for her work on interventional MR Elastography in 24th annual meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM), Singapore (Corbin N, Vappou J, Rao P, Wach B, Barbé L, Renaud P, de Mathelin M, Breton É: In vivo monitoring of percutaneous thermal ablation by simultaneous MR Elastography and Thermometry)
  • Workshop and Challenges on Modeling and Monitoring of Computer Assisted Interventions: M2CAI 2016

About the Lab

The Control, Vision and Robotics Lab (Equipe Automatique, Vision, Robotique) is part of the ICube laboratory. It investigates, designs and evaluates new robotic systems with an expertise that covers mechatronic design, control and computer vision. It develops in particular robotic systems for biomedical applications, a field for which the group has acquired an international reputation. It has a 15-year experience with long-term collaborations with IRCAD, IHU Strasbourg and Strasbourg Hospital.

Research is being conducted by 60 people at Telecom Physique Strasbourg and IRCAD, where it benefits from the I2RM platform, an experimental platform dedicated to medical robotics with hardware and software development equipments as well as an MRI interventional suite.

The group is active in national and international projects, including the LABEX CAMI, a national initiative in the field Computer Assisted Medical Interventions gathering 6 labs in France, and ROBOTEX, a national network of robotic platforms funded by the "Investissements d'Avenir" program.