Vivas for MScSa Master’s Theses are public and are planned at the end of each semester.
- Autumn semester: weeks 5 and 6
- Spring semester: weeks 25 and 26
Vivas take place at HES-SO Master, Avenue de Provence 6 – 1007 Lausanne.
This study is an evaluation of the BOLD CO2 signal acquired in functional MRI and used to estimate cerebrovascular reserve. Examination is indicated when planning revascularisation surgery in the context of vascular lesions caused by Moyamoya disease.
The main purpose of this retrospective study was to evaluate inter-software variability in patients affected of a high-grade glioma for the post-processing of dynamic susceptibility contrast (DSC) perfusion imaging in MRI.
Maximal workload capacity, the ability to walk and strength in the two lower limbs are reduced following a cerebrovascular accident (CVA). Few studies have investigated the effects of aerobic retraining of muscle strength and its long-term impact.
This research is part of the European Sonotherag project. Its aim is to develop theranostic nanotechnology for use in oncology. The objective of this research is to analyse the capacity to concentrate perfluorocarbon (PFOB) nanoparticles in a tumour using a targeted application of high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU).
Now, in the era of thefourth industrial revolution, robotisation, computerisation, digitisation and artificial intelligence are central to the debate. The change in medical radiology techniques used in the workplace is a well-known phenomenon.
Inclusive schooling is based on collaboration and sharing between professionals. These exchanges are essential to offer pupils services that meet their needs, regardless of their complexity (Jendoubi, Guilley, Brudelin, & Cecchini, 2017). For Thomazet and Mérini (2016), collaboration goes further than a simple juxtaposition of provision.
On-road assessment is seen as the gold standard because of its ecological validity. There is currently no such system of measurement in French-speaking Switzerland.