Thank you very much to our guest panelists and to the ERC candidates.
Computational and Data Science Seminar. Igor Peterlik from Inria discusses data assimilation for surgical simulation.
In today’s afternoon mail, from “Science at Thomson Reuters <Science@info.science.thomsonreuters.biz>”
Dear Stéphane PA Bordas,
I would like to extend congratulations on being named a 2016 Highly Cited Researcher and to announce the availability of the official 2016 list.
You were selected as a Highly Cited Researcher because your work has been identified as being among the most valuable and significant in the field. Very few researchers earn this distinction – writing the greatest number of reports, officially designated by Essential Science Indicators as Highly Cited Papers. In addition, these reports rank among the top 1% most cited works for their subject field and year of publication, earning them the mark of exceptional impact.
Now that you have achieved this designation, you will always retain your Highly Cited Researcher status.
It was great to have you in the Legato team and your work on composite delamination has been a pleasure to discuss with you. Excellent work! Have a safe trip back!
submitted to the International Journal for Numerical Methods in Bioengineering. This is collaborative work with @tomar.sk here at Legato (on ERC RealTCut), @phuoc who starts with us in a few weeks and was funded by my Strasbourg Institute of Advanced Studies Fellowship and the team of Stéphane Cotin (Inria MEMESIS) and Hadrien Courtecuisse (former post-doc now at ICube in Strasbourg). Congratulations to everyone. This paper shows is the result of a long-lasting collaboration between Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering and shows that error estimators can be useful also in real-time simulations through an example in liver surgery.