Augmented reality - XAware

Clinician tracking

Surgical database analysis

Human-machine collaboration

Surgical workflow analysis

  • The research group CAMMA (Computational Modeling and Analysis of Medical Activities) aims at developing new tools and methods to perceive, model and analyze clinician and staff activities in the operating room (OR). We are part of the research team AVR (Automatics, Vision and Robotics) in the ICube institute at the University of Strasbourg. We are located on the campus of Strasbourg’s University Hospital and collaborate closely with the IHU MixSurg institute, the IRCAD institute and the Hospital’s Interventional Radiology Department. CAMMA is supported by the Chair of Excellence of Dr. Nicolas Padoy, by the laboratory of excellence CAMI, by the IdEx Unistra and by the IHU MixSurg Institute.


    Latest News:

    • (New) Open positions available: internships and research engineer in computer vision
    • [2016/04/19] One paper accepted by IEEE TBME
    • [2016/03/28] M2CAI 2016 is up: check out the challenges!
    • [2015/12/03] Nicolas Padoy is awarded the Guy Ourisson prize by the Cercle Gutenberg
    • [2015/06/30] Talk by Dr. Slobodan Ilic on ‘Random Forest Tracking and Detection of 3D Objects in Depth Images’
    • [2015/06/29] Talk by Dr. Vincent Lepetit on ‘Detecting Neurons, Blood Vessels, and Cells with Machine Learning’
    • [2015/05/20] Two papers accepted at MICCAI 2015
    • [2015/03/18] Two papers accepted at IJCARS
    • [2015/01/12] One paper accepted at IJCARS & IPCAI 2015
    • [2014/09/09] One paper accepted at 3DV 2014
    • [2014/05/21] Two papers accepted at MICCAI 2014
    • [2014/02/17] Talk by Dr. Razvan Ionasec on ‘Heart Valve Modeling and Therapy’
    • [2014/01/16] Two papers accepted at IPCAI 2014