Bio, long version
Adrien Bartoli has been a Professor of Computer Science at Université Clermont Auvergne since fall 2009 and a member of Institut Universitaire de France since 2016. He is currently on leave as research scientist at the University Hospital of Clermont-Ferrand and as Chief Scientific Officer at SurgAR (2021-2024). He founded and leads the EnCoV (Endoscopy and Computer Vision) research group jointly with Michel Canis. He held an ERC Consolidator grant (2013-2018) and an ERC Proof-of-Concept grant (2018-2019). Previously, he was a CNRS research scientist at Institut Pascal since fall 2004 where he led ComSee, the Computer Vision research group, jointly with Thierry Chateau. He was a Visiting Professor in DIKU at the University of Copenhagen between 2006-2009 and a postdoctoral researcher in the Visual Geometry Group at the University of Oxford under Andrew Zisserman in 2004. Adrien Bartoli obtained his Habilitation Degree (HDR) from Université Blaise Pascal in June 2008. He completed his PhD in the Perception group at Inria Grenoble under Peter Sturm and Radu Horaud. Adrien Bartoli has received several awards including the 2004 Grenoble-INP PhD thesis prize, the 2008 CNRS médaille de bronze and the 2016 research prize from Université d'Auvergne.
Adrien Bartoli's main research interests include image registration and Shape-from-X for rigid and non-rigid scenarios, and machine learning within the field of theoretical and medical Computer Vision. He has published approximately 100 scientific papers and has been on the program committees for top-ranking conferences in the field. He is on the editorial board of IJCV and JAIR and was on the editorial board of IET CV and ELCVIA.
Bio, short version
Adrien Bartoli has held the position of Professor of Computer Science at Université Clermont Auvergne since fall 2009 and has been a member of Institut Universitaire de France since 2016. He is currently on leave as research scientist at the University Hospital of Clermont-Ferrand and as Chief Scientific Officer at SurgAR. He leads the Endoscopy and Computer Vision (EnCoV) research group at the University and Hospital of Clermont-Ferrand. His main research interests are in computer vision, including image registration and Shape-from-X for rigid and deformable environments, and their application to computer-aided medical interventions.
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