IMT Atlantique covers a broad spectrum in the field of engineering for health. This ranges from the design and development of medical devices such as the study of radio-elements produced with the ARRONAX cyclotron, or XEMIS for 3-photon gamma imaging or the connected knee prostheses developed at the RHU FellowKnee, to the development of diagnostic radioisotopes.
The theme also includes the modeling of new e-Health solutions from the economic perspective in terms of societal impact, to the evaluation of medical technologies and innovation in the organization of health services. Finally, our work focuses on digital medical data security, data science and medical decision support, interventional surgery support via image processing and augmented or virtual reality, as well as functional or orthoptic rehabilitation.
Research Consortia (Chaires)
- AI-4-Child : Help for patients with cerebral palsy
- BOPA : augmented operating room innovation
- Medical imagery for interventional therapies
- M@D: Home Care
- Veterinary telemedicine
Les projets de recherche
The connected knee prosthesis project
Handicap Innovation Territoire : Make disability a lever for social and technological innovation at the service of citizens.
Knowledge sharing in Medical Imaging
Personalised, preventive, predictive and participatory medicine applied to diabetes
Modelling the induction of social Stress in Immersive Virtual rEality Simulations
- Projet Anr
ONCOlogy big data SHAring for Research : development of a common patient-centred big data in oncology
Combatting isolation using ICT