My research work is focused on medical image reconstuction, with an emphasis on motion-compensated PET/CT. I am mostly interested in model-based iterative reconstruction and machine-learning techniques, and their implementation for the clinic. In this regard, I am at the interface between theoretical and translational research.
I obtained my PhD at the LTSI, UMR 1099, University of Rennes 1, jointly with Nanjing Southeast University. Following that, I did a postdoc at University College London, within the Institute of Nuclear Medicine.
HDR in Science (habilitation thesis), 2019
University of Western Brittany
PhD in Signal and Image Processing, 2008
University of Rennes 1 & Nanjing Southeast University
MSc of Mathematics, 2005
University of Rennes 1
JRM_lite is a light version of Joint Reconstruction/Motion (JRM) toolbox developed for ,  and to some extend . It includes …