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Emmanuel Piuze-Phaneuf

School of Computer Science, McGill University

I obtained a B.Sc. in Honours Physics and Computer Science in 2009 and an M.Sc in 2010 from the School of Computer Science at McGill University. My master's thesis was in the area of computer graphics and consisted in the development of a mathematical model for generating hair patterns. I have been a PhD student in the School of Computer Science at McGill University since January 2011, under the supervision of Kaleem Siddiqi in the Shape Analysis Group. My current research involves studying the geometry of cardiac fibers. Using measurements from diffusion MRI, I develop a framework that employs a range of methods derived from computer vision and differential geometry to describe how cardiac fibers bundle and curve together. Ultimately, the hope is to be able to better characterize and differentiate healthy from pathological cardiac anatomy.

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