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May 27-29, 2009

Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions



Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions
University Pierre et Marie Curie
175 rue du Chevaleret, 75013 Paris (13e arrondissement)

Access (Map & building photo)

  1. room 2E01 (LJLL) on 27 may, 2009
  2. room 1C06 (ground floor) on 28 and 29 may, 2009

Lunches will be taken in the same building.


Do not waste time to fill a set of boxes on internet,
send an e-mail to Marc Thiriet
stating days of presence at IM2IM workshop
as well as talk title.
A priori, no fees


  1. 20th anniversary of ERCIM Meeting in Paris
    (28 May 2009 afternoon: Working Group Chair Meeting)
    ERCIM Meeting
  2. FP7-ICT-2009-6 that will be launched on 24th November 2009
    Deadline on 13th April 2010
    Budget : 286,4 Meuros.
    Virtual Physiological Human: 61 Meuros
    (more than 50% to IPs, min of 30% to STREPs and 2 Meuros to CSA.

Program & Talk

  1. Talks are scheduled on Day 1 (may 27)
  2. Days 2 (may 28 morning) and 3 (may 29) will be devoted to proposal for VPH EU call.
  3. Day 2 (28 May 2009 afternoon free; ERCIM WG leader meeting)
  4. Speakers will present team work and propose potential paths for joint VPH proposal. Talk duration 10 to 15 mn.
  5. Attendees from EU (Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, and UK), North America (Canada and USA), and Asia (Japan, Singapore, Taiwan).
  6. As proposals for FP7 will be the major goal of this workshop, industries and companies are wellcomed.

D1 -- may 27

  1. Wellcome session 9.30 (Yvon Maday, Marc Thiriet)
  2. Talks 10.00--11.00 (3 presentations)
  3. Coffee break / discussion
  4. Talks 11.30--12.30 (3 presentations)
  5. Lunch 12.45--13.45
  6. Talks 14.00--15.00 (3 presentations)
  7. Coffee break
  8. Talks 15.30--16.30 (3 presentations)
  9. Coffee break
  10. Talks 17.00--18.00 (3 presentations)

D2 -- may 28

  1. Talks 9.00--10.00 (3 presentations)
  2. Coffee break / discussion
  3. VPH round table 10.30--12.30
    Presentation of IM2IM WG's IP proposal for first VPH call as a starting point
    Context and state of the art
    Types of complementary proposals
  4. Lunch 12.45--14.00
  5. free afternoon May 28 (ERCIM WG leader meeting)

D3 -- may 29

  1. Morning discussion 9.30--12.30
  2. Lunch 12.45--14.00
  3. Afternoon discussion 14.30--17.00


IM2IM workshop will include different sessions related to:

  1. medical image processing and meshing; 3D reconstruction and virtual reality in medicine and surgery (medical simulators, computer-aided diagnosis, treatment planning);
  2. Modeling and simulations of biological processes (angiogenesis, mechanotransduction, cell division, circadian rhythm, tumorigenesis, etc.);
  3. Interventional medicine and mini-invasive surgery, cardiovascular dynamics, design and shape optimization of implantable medical devices; medical robotics and human motion modeling;
  4. Respiratory mechanics and aerosols;
  5. Thermal ablation of tumors;
  6. High-speed computing and experimental validation.

as well as
a round table for proposals (STREP rather than IP) to be submitted in the framework of FP7.

Attendees and Talks

Talks are scheduled on the whole day may 27 and first session morning may 28 (before coffee break).
The remaining part will be devoted to discussion for preparation of proposal in the framework of EU 7FP call VPH.

Reminder: free afternoon May 28 (ERCIM WG leader meeting)
that can be used for joint discussion by subgroups or self-maturation of potential proposal.

Speakers will present their team's competences and focuses their final presentation part on perspectives for EU call VPH proposal
(talk duration 15 mn and 5 mn discussion).

  1. Laurent Boudin
  2. Muriel Boulakia
  3. Suncica Canic, Annalisa Quaini
    Department of Mathematics, University of Houston
    An overview of the Houston group in cardiovascular dynamics
  4. Alfonso Caiazzo
  5. Anna Caroli
    Biomedical Engineering Department, Mario Negri Institute, Bergamo, Italy
    Image-based modelling and quantification in clinical research at Mario Negri Institute
  6. Stephen Daniels
    Wales Research and Diagnostic Positron Emission Tomography Imaging Centre, School of Medicine, Cardiff University
  7. Catalin Fetita
    Projet ARTEMIS, Institut National des Telecommunications, 91011 Evry Cedex FRANCE
    Patient-specific modelling of airways : a CT-based approach
  8. Luca Formaggia
    MOX, Mathematics Department "F. Brioschi", Politecnico di Milano)
  9. André Garon
    Département Génie Mécanique, Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal
  10. Martin Hofmann
    Institute for Algorithms and Scientific Computing, FhG, Sankt Augustin, Germany
    Profile of SCAI (SCAI technologies and role in projects such as @neurIST) and perception about VPH and the necessary balance between biology and medicine; IT infrastructure and mathematical / algorithmic modeling.
  11. Nicolas Lomenie
    IPAL, Singapore
  12. John Middleton
    MediTech; Biomechanics Research Unit, University of Wales College of Medicine, Cardiff Medicentre
  13. Esra Neufeld
    Foundation for research on Information Technologies In Society - IT'IS
    Hyperthermia Treatment Planning and Related Topics at IT'IS
  14. Margarete Ortner
    Projet ARTEMIS, Institut National des Telecommunications, 91011 Evry Cedex FRANCE
  15. Pino Pontrelli
    CNR, Instituto per le Applicazioni del Calcolo, Roma
    Lattice Boltzman method in hemodynamics
  16. Andrea Ripoli
    CNR, Clinical Physiology Institute and Physics Department, University of Pisa
    pathway modeling: DNA replication and repair for tumorigenesis and atherosclerosis
  17. Thomas Schmitz-Rixen
    Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, Goethe-University Frankfurt/Main
  18. Cherng Yeu Shen, Shou-I Chen, Tzu-I Tseng
    NCHC, Taiwan
  19. Tony Wen-Hann Sheu, Marc Thiriet, Reui-Kuo Lin
    "On an acoustics-thermal-fluid coupling hyperthermia therapy model for ablating liver tumor"
    Department of Engineering Science and Ocean Engineering, National Taiwan University and LJLL, University Paris VI)
    [SheuTwhHIFU.pdf abstract]
  20. Dominik Szczerba
    BIWI as well as IT'IS, ETHZ
  21. Marc Thiriet
  22. Steffen Unger
    Fraunhofer-Institut für Rechnerarchitektur und Softwaretechnik, FIRST, Berlin, Germany
    Medical surgery simulator (force feedback training simulator for endoscopic surgery)
  23. Irene Vignon-Clementel
  24. Thomas Vogl
    Institutes Diagnostische und Interventionelle Radiologie, Frankfurt am Main

Attendee Companies

  1. Andheo (Fluid Dynamics Engineering)
    Tristan Soubrié
  2. Glaizer Group
    92245 Malakoff, France
    Francois Loret, Nuno Dos Santos, Matthieu Voiry
  3. Materialise
    Materialise NV, Leuven, Belgium
    Roel Wirix, Davy Willems
    Talk: Materialise Solution for Image-Based Applications
  4. Simpleware
    Exeter, UK
    John Stark, Ash Harkara, Phillip Young,
  5. Schmid & Partner Engineering AG (SPAEG; Electromagnetic Field and Thermal Simulation)
    Michael Oberle, Dominik Szczerba

Some Hotels

(ask if there is any reduction price for University / CNRS / INRIA)

  1. BEST WESTERN La Tour Notre Dame
    20 Rue du Sommerard, 75005 PARIS
  2. Arian Hotel Paris
    102 avenue de Choisy, 75013 Paris
  3. Hotel des Beaux Arts
    2, rue Toussaint Feron, 75013 Paris
  4. Jacks' Hotel
    19, Av. S. Pichon - 75013 Paris
  5. Hotel de la Place des Alpes
    2, place des Alpes - 75013 PARIS
  6. Ibis Paris Place D'italie
    25, Avenue Stephen Pichon, 75013 Paris
  7. Best Western Hotel de Weha
    205 Avenue de Choisy, 75013 Paris
  8. KYRIAD Gobelins
  9. Hotel Manet
    6 rue Corvisart, 75013 Paris
    76 Avenue de Choisy, 75013 PARIS
  12. Residence Montparnasse
    14, rue Stanislas, 75006 Paris
  13. Timhotel Italie Bercy
    22, rue Barrault, 75013 Paris
  14. La Manufacture
    8, rue Philippe de Champagne, 75013 Paris
  15. Park&Suite Paris Grande Bibliotheque