The Conference at a Glance
Conference registration HERE (limited seats). Attending the conference is free. Please note that participants who already registered to the conference through the BIS’2016 workshop do not need to register again.
|09:30-10:00||Welcome: Antoine Petit, Inria CEO – Isabelle Ryl, Inria Paris Research Center Director,Thierry Priol, Inria Dir. European & International Partnerships|
|10:00-10:45||Keynote speech with Q&A:|
|11:00-12:00||Panel 1 – “Computational methods for neuroscience and medical imaging” – see details|
|12:00-14:15||Lunch – Networking and the Futur en Seine Festival visit|
|14:15-14:45||Keynote speech with Q&A: Pierre-Alexandre Bliman, Inria MAMBA et Fundação Getulio Vargas, Brasil “Issues of Big Data in Epidemiology: The Example of Dengue in Rio de Janeiro” – see details|
|15:00-16:00||Panel 2 – “ – see details“|
|16:15-16:45||Keynote speech with Q&A:|
|16:45||Closing Remarks & Networking|
Nick Anderson: “Population Precision Medicine Research in the Digital Economy”
Abstract: To be completed shortly
Pierre Alexandre Bliman: “Issues of Big Data in Epidemiology: The Example of Dengue in Rio de Janeiro”
Abstract: To be completed shortly
Benoit Bideau : “Biomechanics and digital sciences to prevent risks of musculoskeletal disorders in elite sports practice”
Abstract: One of the main objectives in elite sports is to identify biomechanical parameters that are involved in the occurrence of traumas and musculoskeletal diseases. To this end, one has to evaluate joint constraints, such as joint torques and forces. Preliminary work has shown the relevance of studying these constraints thanks to inverse dynamics approaches. These works enables us to identify parameters that are supposed to be linked to musculoskeletal disorders. It could be applied to various physical activities, such as cycling on long distances or tennis serving. To fulfill the natural constraints of sports practice, one has also to consider fatigue. Indeed, long time competitions in tennis may affect the way the player perform tennis serve and consequently alter the associated joint constraints. In the same way, maintaining an efficient posture for a long time in cycling affects the cycling pattern and consequently produce asymmetrical motions which are considered as potential source of pathologies About the speaker: .
This panel will discuss current shifts in medical imaging –with a particular focus on neurosciences– that stimulate the development of novel mathematics and computer science tools. We will outline ongoing developments within Inria and partners, and open challenges.
The Internet of Things revolution is changing business in numerous industries, including healthcare. In this panel, we more specifically focus on the development of the “Quantified selves” that leverage the IoT and related mobile apps. The panel is further the occasion to bring together IT specialists and medical doctors, all involved in the development of apps oriented toward health & well-being.
– Eleonore Bayen, APHP, UPMC & France Berkeley Fund grantee on “Monitoring of Neurodisabled Patients with Connected Wearables“
– Pierre Beal, NumTech
– Thomas Watteyne, Inria EVA, DIVERSITY Associate team, REALMS Associate team & People’s choice award winner of the IPSO Challenge 2015 with HeadsUp!
- Inria@SiliconValley: Valerie Issarny, Tania Castro,
- Inria Paris Research Center: Axelle Sulliot, Anne-Lise Pflieger
- Futur en Seine