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2011/2012 program was sponsored by
and the following project teams from INRIA Sophia Antipolis Méditerranée:
ABS (Algorithms Biology Structure),
Ariana (Earth observation and cartography, image processing)
Asclepios (Medical Image Analysis, Biological Image Analysis, Computational Anatomy, Computational Physiology),
Comore (Modelling and control of renewable resources),
NeuroMathComp (Mathematical and Computational Neuroscience),
Athena (Computational Brain Anatomical and Functional Imaging).
||Diana Ibanescu graduated "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University of Iasi, Romania, with a
Bachelor"s Degree in Computer Science and a Master"s Degree in
Computational Optimization. The graduation paper was entitled "A
hyper-heuristic method for unrestricted minimization in Rn" and was
developed under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Octav Brudaru. The main
research subject was the application of segregative genetic algorithms to
the problem of unrestricted optimization of real-valued functions with
several real variables.
I worked for more than two years as Software Developer in the Research &
Development branch of a German company focused in the automotive domain. I
was involved in engineering several commercial products such as car
multimedia and navigation systems for VW, Bentley and Phaeton. My main task
was to analyse, implement and test requirements using real in-car hardware.
Internship supervised by Théo Papadopoulo and Maureen Clerc at INRIA Athena
In 2012, working as a Software Developer for Visteon Software Technologies in Sophia Antipolis.
studied Bachelor´s degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Tribhuvan University,
Institute of Engineering, Pulchowk Campus, Nepal in 2009. I completed 1st year of MSc in Computer
vision at Université de Bourgogne, France in June, 2011 and did a summer internship at École
Polytechnic Fédérale de lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland before joining this program. I got interested
in computer vision when I was working in various robotics projects during my undergraduate. While
studying computer vision I started realizing how brilliant human brain is in the tasks such as
visual perception. I am interested to do research in the understanding of the human brain and in the
field of bio-inspired vision systems.
Internship supervised by Xavier Pennec at INRIA Asclepios
In 2012, PhD at INRIA Asclepios with Xavier Pennec and Nicolas Ayache. The topic is: Modeling of the atrophy in Human Brain.
holds a Bachelor degree in Computer Science and Engineering
from Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (India). He is very interested in
computer graphics, mainly - rendering and geometry. He spent a year and
half (2008-09) with Dr. Subodh Kumar working on his bachelor"s thesis
focusing on Real-time Volume Rendering using 3D Texture Mapping. He also
served as a Teaching Assistant to Dr. Niloy J. Mitra for Computer Graphics
course and Graphics & Vision Workshop at IIT.
Internship supervised by Pierre Alliez at INRIA Geometrica
In 2012, PhD with Pierre Alliez at INRIA Geometrica, entitled "Robust Shape Approximation with Guarantees".
is from Russia. He holds a Bachelor"s degree in Mathematics from Novosibirsk State University, Russia. At the moment he is following two Master"s programs at the same time: the CBB program and a Master"s program in Mathematics at Novosibirsk State University. He is interested in computational methods and their applications in different areas, including biology. His previous research was related with applications of the finite element method for problems of mathematical physics. He took part in a collaboration project between the Institute of Geology and Petroleum Geophysics and the Institute of Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Geophysics. The project consisted of study of properties and behavior of methane hydrates of the Black sea"s sediment when heated.
Internship supervised by Pierre Kornprobst at INRIA Neuromathcomp: Neural field model of attention
In 2012, PhD under the supervision of Elisabeth Larsson at Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden. The title is "Partition of unity radial basis function methods with applications to high-dimensional PDEs in finance"
worked as Research Associate at Systems Biology division, Drug Development department, NOSCH Labs Private Limited since 26 May, 2010.
I believe in offering my full commitment to my research work and grow in tandem with the advancing field of Computational biology and reach the pinnacle of success.
1) Analysis of Drought Responsiveness in Rice through Transcriptome profiling.
2) Molecular Docking Studies on inhibitory effects of Flavonoids on Enoyl ACP Reductase, a drug target for Malaria.
Internship supervised by Elisabetta De Maria at I3S