The 10th international conference on Functional Imaging and Modeling of the Heart

FIMH 2019 is the 10th international conference on Functional Imaging and Modeling of the Heart. This biennial scientific event aims to integrate the state of the art research and novel development efforts in the fields of cardiovascular imaging, image analysis and heart modelling. The main goal is to encourage collaboration among students, junior and senior scientists working in signal and image processing, imaging, applied mathematics, biophysics, biomedical engineering, and experts in cardiology, radiology, biology and physiology.

FIMH 2019 will be held from June 6-8, 2019, in Bordeaux, France. Accepted papers are freely available online from June 4th to July 4th 2019 in the springer LNCS page.

Our sponsors are listed on this page.

The accepted proceedings will be published in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series. Please follow the Paper submission/Information for authors page to prepare your submission.

Previously accepted papers could be found in the following links: FIMH2017FIMH2015, FIMH2013, FIMH2011, FIMH2009, FIMH2007, FIMH2005, FIMH2003, FIMH2001

We look forward to welcome you in Bordeaux!


Keynote speakers

FIMH 2019 will feature four keynote speakers:

  • Elisa E. Konofagou, Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Radiology at Columbia University, Head of the Ultrasound Elasticity Imaging Laboratory.
  • Irène Vignon-Vlementel, Senior research scientist at Inria Paris, Member of the Inria Reo team.
  • Hubert Cochet, Radiologist, Professor of Medicine and Radiology from Univ. Bordeaux, IHU Liryc, CHU Bordeaux, and Inserm U1045.
  • Dr. Richard A. Gray, Senior Research Biomedical Engineer at the FDA.



Consortium for ECG imaging : satellite symposium

Preceding FIMH, the Consortium for ECG Imaging is organizing a one-day satellite symposium (on 5 June) to improve the interaction between engineers and clinicians in the field of ECGI. This CEI satellite symposium will be an all-day event, taking place at the LIRYC institute amphitheater in Bordeaux the day before the FIMH conference begins. The format will include a mixture of clinical and engineering presentations as well as time for open discussion. Registration is free through the website ( , and this website will continue to be updated with more information as we have it. If you be planning on visiting FIMH and are interested in ECGI, consider joining this interesting workshop! 

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