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Mar 11

Prix du public – best image – Les courbes de la matière blanche!

Preuve par l’image 2015.

Mar 02

ISMRM 2015 Tractography Challenge

The SCIL is proud to announce the ISMRM 2015 Tractography Challenge! We encourage all interested labs and researchers in participating. We hope that the community will gain important insights into the state-of-the-art tractography pipelines.

Jun 01

“Connectomics: Is it Worth the Money” – ISMRM 2014 Debate

Diffusion Study Group ISMRM 2014 (Connectomics: Is it Worth the Money?) Dmitry Novikov and Maxime Descoteaux face off in what turned out to be a 50/50 battle

Apr 16

Honorable Mention – Art of NeuroScience – Gabriel Girard, PhD at the SCIL

Art of neuroscience 2014. Images and Videos.

Apr 15

Cave Fibers: a new immersive visualization project

The SCIL, in collaboration with the Université de Sherbrooke’s Laboratoire d’Immersion et d’interaction humaine, has started a new student project aiming to bring tractography visualization to a CAVE-live environment. You can find the project page here (Github), as well as a video showing the project in action on Youtube. Thanks to Patrick Bellavance-Marcoux, Bachelor’s in …

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Apr 05

Do’s and dont’s of diffusion MRI

RBIQ/QBIN great 2-day workshop Great International Invited Speakers: Flavio Dell’Acqua Jacques-Donald Tournier Alexander Leemans Jennifer Campbell Maxime Descoteaux

Jan 25

The SCIL in the National Geographics

A SCIL video and images from the collaboration with neurosurgeon Dr. David Fortin is part of the National Geographics – Brain issue. Yahoo nouvelle Radio-Canada interview TVA interview La Tribune La Nouvelle UdeS CBC radio

Apr 25

The SCIL now a member of NSREC-CREATE

The SCIL is now part of the NSERC-CREATE Program in Medical Image Analysis. This program provides participating students with a well-rounded academic background, seminars, short courses, summer school, professional training (SKILLSETS), and practical experience in industry and academia through internships. The program is open to students from the undergrad level up to, and including, post-doctoral …

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