Dr Philippe Ciuciu 
Expert Senior CEA research scientist (Since 2014)
                                                 
 CEA/DSV/I2BM/NeuroSpin 
(INRIA Saclay, Parietal)     
                  
Postal Address: Bât 145 - Point Courrier 156
                                                           Gif-sur-Yvette F-91191
                                                           FRANCE
                                  Phone:              +33 1 6908 7785
                                  Fax                 +33 1 6908 7980
                                  Email:               philippe DOT ciuciu AT cea DOT fr

 
Philippe Ciuciu is Principal Investigator at NeuroSpin, the largest high field MRI center dedicated to cognitive and clinical neuroscience in France. His research interests are inter-disciplininary ranging from signal and image processing to functional brain imaging (fMRI, MEG) for applications to cognitive neuroscience (multi-perceptual learning, plasticity) and clinical trials in Alzheimer's disease and neurological disorders (Stroke).

Research interests:

  1. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
    Compressed sensing, Variable density sampling, Parallel Imaging, k-space trajectories, High resolution (space/time) imaging, Reconstruction, 
    Regularization,
     Proximal methods, Wavelets, Frames, parallel computing.
  2. Functional neuroimaging
    • Hemodynamics: functional MRI, Blood Oxygen Level Dependent, 
      Cerebral blood flow, Arterial spin labelling, evoked activity, Detection-Estimation, Bayesian inference, MCMC, variational approximations, Functional brain parcellation.
    • Scale-free brain dynamics
      Magnetoencephalography (MEG), o
      ngoing activity, self-similarity, sequential neural processing, Multifractal Analysis, parallel neural multiplexing, functional connectivity, fractal connectivity.
  3. Cognitive neuroscience: multi-perceptual learning, auditory/visual binding, plasticity.

Industrial interests:

    1. Patenting new MRI reconstruction algorithms for dynamic parallel imaging.
    2. Clinical trials for testing new drugs for Alzheimer's disease by developing new functional biomarkers.



    Recent announcements

    • Regularization and Bayesian Methods for Inverse Problems in Signal and Image Processing the English version of our collective book entitled "Regularization and Bayesian Methods for Inverse Problems" came out ! Here it is: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/book/10.1002/9781118827253and of ...
      Posted Feb 16, 2015, 1:49 AM by Philippe Ciuciu
    • Recently accepted communications to ISBI 2015 Here are two papers recently accepted to the 11th International symposium on Biomedical Imaging that will be held April 16-19, at the New York Marriott at Brooklyn Bridge, NY ...
      Posted Feb 15, 2015, 7:02 AM by Philippe Ciuciu
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