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Associate Professor in Medical Robotics
Télécom Physique Strasbourg / ICUBE



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Curriculum Vitae

  • 2021: Habilitation to direct research (HDR) (defended on Sept. 7, electronic document) (Rev.: A. Menciassi, P. Poignet, J.Szewczyk, Pres. J. Troccaz)
  • Since 2020: Head of IRMC and Healthtech Master tracks of IRIV Master
  • 2019: Internal transfer to Telecom Physique Strasbourg (Engineering school)
  • 2018-2020: Expert in the Health technology committee (CES 19) of French National Research Funding Agency (ANR)
  • 2006: Recruited as Associate Pr. at University of Strasbourg (formerly Louis Pasteur University)
  • 2005: PhD from Louis Pasteur University, Strasbourg, in Medical Robotics under the supervision of M. de Mathelin.
  • 2000: Master in Photonics, Image and Cybernetics, ULP, Strasbourg. Intern at the Center for Distributed Robotics at the University of Minnesota, under the direction of N. Papanikolopoulos
  • 2000: Engineering diploma from ENSPS shool, Strasbourg. Major in robotics.

Responsibilities

  • Member of the Executive Committee of the Healthtech Interdisciplinary thematic Institute
  • Scientific manager of Medical axis in national robotic equipment platform (TIRREX)
  • Head of the Healthtech track of IRIV master , funded by Healthtech ITI
  • Head of the IRMC track of IRIV master hosted by Telecom Physique Strasbourg (M1 IMed / M2 IRMC)
  • Referent for Alumni for the engineering school, responsible of yearly poll by the "Conférence des Grandes Ecoles" on former students professional future

Teaching

Associate Professor at Université de Strasbourg, attached to Télécom Physique Strasbourg, (engineering school) since February 2019 (previously at the Physics and engineering department). I mainly teach medical robotics and computer vision for student in engineering at Télécom Physique Strasbourg, mainly at the master 2 level. I also teach automatic control at the Bachelor and Master level for student in the Physics and Engineering department. .

Courses

In TPS, Healthtech Master and Third year TIS DTMI (M2 level),

  • CAMI in digestive surgery
  • Computer vision for medical robotics (pose estimation de pose, robotic registration and visual servoing)


TPS, M2 IRIV / IRMC

  • Registration in medical robotics.

Electronic systems and Mechatronics Bachelor (Third year)

  • Course and tutorials on continuous-time systems control

Micro and Nano Electronics Master (First year)

  • Course and tutorials on discrete-time systems control


TPS FIP Third year

  • Medical robotics course



Summer school on Surgical Robotics in Montpellier

  • Tutorial on visual servoing applied to medical robotics, given during the 10th Summer School on Surgical Robotics, on September 2021. Link to the summer school webpage

Research

My research is driven by medical applications where robotics and computer vision can be useful for improving the capabilities of surgeons. In the past years, I have been especially interested in the development of robotic solutions based on cable-driven flexible instruments and endoscopes (STRAS system) and in the use of images (endoscopic white light and OCT) to guide robotic motions (ROBOT project).


  • PhD theses supervision (defended theses)
    • Gaelle Thomas, defended on October 2021, with J. Vappou and L. Barbé (Robotic Assistance to Blood-Brain barrier opening with focused ultrasounds), in the scope of ANR project 3BOPUS led by CEA - Neurospin (B. Larrat)
    • Rafael Aleluia Porto, defended on January 2021 (Learning-based control of flexible endoscopes, partly funded by CAMI labex)
    • Laure-Anaïs Chanel, thèse soutenue en mars 2016 (Traitement par HIFU robotisé sous imagerie échographique, funded by CAMI labex)
    • Paolo Cabras, defendd in février 2016 : 3D Pose Estimation of Continuously Deformable Instruments in Robotic Endoscopic Surgery (funded by CAMI labex): manuscript
    • Antonio De Donno, defended in December 2013 (Assistance à la chirurgie endoluminale et à trocart unique)
    • Bérengère Bardou, defended in November 2011 (Développement et commande d'un système robotique pour l'assistance à la chirurgie transluminale)
    • Laurent Ott, defended in November 2009 (compensation de mouvements physiologiques en endoscopie flexible). Prix de thèse de l'UDS.
  • Theses in progress:
    • Guillaume Lods (with Benoit Rosa and Bernard Bayle), since October 2021
    • Valentina Scarponi (with Stéphane Cotin, funded by Healthtech), since October 2021
    • Thibault Poignonec (with Nabil Zemiti (LIRMM) and Bernard Bayle, funded by CAMI Labex), since October 2019 (Shared control for minimally invasive surgery)
  • Co-supervisions:
    • Fernando Gonzalez Herrera, (with Benoit Rosa,Gianni Borghesan and Emmanuel Vander Poorten (KUL)) since February 2020
    • Guiqiu Liao (with Michalina Gora, Benoit Rosa and Diego Dall'Alba (University Verona), since October 2019
    • Paul Mondou (with Jonathan Vappou and Benoit Larrat (CEA Neurospin)), funded by CAMI Labex, since October 2020


  • Recent Master students
    • François Lavieille
    • Thibault Poignonec
    • Xuan Thao Ha
    • Mohamed Amine Falek

Research interests

  • Robotic Assistance to flexible endoscopy, STRAS project
  • Vision-based control for medical instruments
  • Estimation through vision
  • Trajectory planning
  • Cable-driven robotic systems
  • Image-based registration

Projects

  • ProteCT (2012-2016), 36 monthes, led by B. Bayle (AVR-ICube), partners: IHU Strasbourg, Siemens, funded by ARC fundation,

Development of a robot for positioning and inserting needles in non vascular interventional radiology.


  • 3BOPUS (2018-2021) Robotic Assistance to Blood-Brain Barrier opening with Focused Ultrasounds, funded by ANR, led by CEA Neurospin
    • PhD thesis of Gaelle Thomas and Paul Mondou
  • ALLEGRO-HM Endoscopic procedures guided by hyperspectral imaging

Publications

http://icube-publis.unistra.fr/?author=nageotte&allaut=or&title=&team=&platform=&national=&project=&tagmed=&year1=&year2=&=#hideMenu


Invited talks

  • Course on visual servoing at Summer School on Surgical Robotics (since 2011).
  • French-Belgian days of medical robotics in Brussels « Robotic assistance to intraluminal surgery for colorectal cancer treatment », June 14,15 2018

• Rhenane association of Gastroenterology, 12/15/2018 : « Robotique en endoscopie : où en est-on en 2018 ? » • Plenary talk at Journées Nationales de la Recherche en Robotique organized by GDR robotique, oct. 2019, « Continuum robotics for intraluminal surgery – Towards safe and efficient minimally invasive surgery »

Open position for PhD thesis

We are looking for a student with background in computer vision or medical image processing for a PhD thesis to start in October 2022 on the correction of volumic OCT robotic-driven acquisitions. The complete description of the project can be found here.

Personal area

Seattle, WA (ICRA 2015)

Downtown from Lake Union
Welcome Dinner at the Experience Music Project / Science Fiction Museum
North view from Columbia Center



Tokyo (Medical robotics seminar at the french embassy)

Asakusa Shrine
Tokyo from Sunshine60
Shibuya by night



Texas (Computational Surgery 2011)

San Antonio Riverside
Fort Alamo
Texas Medical Center Houston


Minneapolis, MN (EMBC09)

Downtown Minneapolis
The largest Mall in the USA
Lake Calhoun)

Japan (Icra09, Kobe)

Kyoto - Kinkaku-Ji
Kobe in sunlight
... and at night

Scottsdale, AZ (Biorob08)

Scottsdale at sunset
The "Sun Valley" viewed from "Camel Moutain"
The "best student" rest

California (Icra08, pasadena)

Flock of Sealions
Spare vehicules
Santa Barbara

Beijing (Iros06)

Summer Palace
Turtle soup
The Great Wall in Grande muraille in mist

Ontario (visit by MDRobotics september 06)

Niagara falls
Toronto from CN tower
CN tower, Toronto

San Diego (Medical Imaging 05)

Palace
Balboa park
Dolphins in open sea

Chicago (Cars04)

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