Personal page of Hadrien Courtecuisse

Dr. Hadrien Courtecuisse is a research Scientist (Chargé de recherche) in the team AVR/ICube at CNRS in Strasbourg (since November 2013). He obtained his Ph.D. thesis in the SHAMAN team at Inria in 2011 (New parallel architectures for interactive medical simulations). In 2012 he did a postdoc as a research associate in the Institute of Mechanics and Advanced Materials (IMAM) at Cardiff University with Stéphane Bordas. In 2013 he moved to Strasbourg to work as a research engineer for the Institut Hospitalo-Universitaire (IHU). His major contributions are related to sparse linear algebra, collision detection, simulation of contact response, with a particular interest in real-time simulations and parallel architectures such as GPU and parallel co-processors. In 2013, he joined the Inria Mimesis project lead by Stéphane Cotin and mainly focused his research activity on the development of original methods to control medical robots interacting with deformable structures using inverse real-time FE models.