Most of my publications are available online on Google Scholar.
I have also been a reviewer for international journals and conferences such as Medical Image Analysis, Int J Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery, Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, Mathematical and Computer Modelling of Dynamical Systems, …
Planning acetabular fracture reduction using patient-specific multibody simulation of the hip.
H Oliveri, M Boudissa, J Tonetti, Matthieu Chabanas. SPIE Medical Imaging, fev 2017.
Vessel-based brain-shift compensation using elastic registration driven by a patient-specific finite element model.
F Morin, I Reinertsen, H Courtecuisse, O Palombi, B Munkvold, HK Bø, Y Payan, M Chabanas. To be presented in IPCAI’2016.
Chapter 7: Brain.
F Morin, M Chabanas, H Courtecuisse, Y Payan. In Biomechanics of Living Organs: Hyperelastic Constitutive Laws for Finite Element Modeling, Elsevier. To appear in 2016.
Computer aided classification of acetabular fracture by fragment segmentation.
M Boudissa, M Chabanas, J Tonetti. Revue de Chirurgie Orthopédique et Traumatologique 101 (7), S205-S206, 2015.
Rest shape computation for highly deformable model of the brain.
F Morin, H Courtecuisse, M Chabanas, Y Payan. Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, Vol. 18 Sup1, 2006-2007, 2015.
Virtual fracture reduction of the acetabulum using a rigid body biomechanical model.
M Boudissa, H Oliveri, M Chabanas, J Tonetti. Surgetica, 2014.
Shaping by stiffening: a modeling study for lips.
MA Nazari, P Perrier, M Chabanas, Y Payan. Motor Control 15 (1), 141-168, 2011.
Simulation of dynamic orofacial movements using a constitutive law varying with muscle activation.
MA Nazari, P Perrier, M Chabanas, Y Payan. Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering 13 (4), 469-482, 2010.
Efficient 3D finite element modeling of a muscle-activated tongue.
F Vogt, JE Lloyd, S Buchaillard, P Perrier, M Chabanas, Y Payan, SS Fels. Biomedical Simulation, 19-28, 2006.
Orbital and maxillofacial computer aided surgery: patient-specific finite element models to predict surgical outcomes.
V Luboz, M Chabanas, P Swider, Y Payan. Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering 8 (4), 259-265, 2005.
Computer-aided planning for zygomatic bone reconstruction in maxillofacial traumatology.
S Maubleu, C Marecaux, M Chabanas, Y Payan, F Boutault. Surgetica’2005: Computer-Aided Medical Interventions - tools and applications, 405-411, 2005.
Physically realistic interactive simulation for biological soft tissues.
M Nesme, M Marchal, E Promayon, M Chabanas, Y Payan, F Faure
Recent Research Developments in Biomechanics 2, 1-22, 2005.
Comparison of linear and non-linear soft tissue models with post-operative CT scan in maxillofacial surgery.
M Chabanas, Y Payan, C Marécaux, P Swider, F Boutault. Medical Simulation, LNCS vol. 3078, 19-27, 2004.
Best paper award!
Physical model language: Towards a unified representation for continuous and discrete models. M Chabanas, E Promayon.
Medical Simulation, LNCS vol. 3078, 256-266, 2004.
Patient specific finite element model of the face soft tissues for computer-assisted maxillofacial surgery.
M Chabanas, V Luboz, Y Payan. Medical Image Analysis 7(2), 131-152, 2003.
A 3D Finite Element model of the face for simulation in plastic and maxillo-facial surgery. M Chabanas, Y Payan. Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention - MICCAI’2000, 1068-1075, 2000.