Oussama Haddad

Main information about the thesis :
Thesis start : October 2013

Thesis defense date: : 21/03/2017
Title : Ultrasound bone tracking – Application to Total Hip and Shoulder arthroplasties

Associated laboratory: : LATIM, Brest.

In collaboration with TIMC-IMAG laboratory, Grenoble.

Funded by the labex CAMI

The thesis manuscript is downloadable (in french) here

PhD main scientific communications :

  1. Haddad O, Leboucher J, Troccaz J, Stindel E. Initialized Iterative Closest Point for bone recognition in ultrasound volumes. Proceedings of the International Conférence on Pattern Recognition, ICPR’2016, Cancun, 4-8 Décembre 2016 – cf. http://www.hal.inserm.fr/hal-01455683/document
  2. Haddad O, Leboucher J, Troccaz J, Stindel E. Robust rigid registration for non invasive Computer Assisted Orthopedic Surgery (CAOS). Preliminary results. Proceedings of IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging,  ISBI’2015, pp725-729, New-York, 16-19 April 2015 – (cf. http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7163975/ )

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