Emmanuel Cordonnier is a recognized expert in telemedecine and medical data transfer. Entrepreneur & researcher, his career brings him from SSII to Research and then entrepreneurship.
An engineer by training, he started his career in the 1980s in a software company, then went to Capgemini where he created the “Image” division, specializing in 3D imaging for communications. In 1989 he joined the University of Rennes 1 and the university hospital as the director of CERIUM, a laboratory devoted to developing prototypes for new 3D imaging technologies, diagnostic stations, medical imaging networks, computer-assisted surgery, and telemedicine, in partnership with businesses. In early 1997, CERIUM’s team created ETIAM, a small business specializing in medical image communication that Emmanuel headed until 2011. This company became the European leader in communication solutions for digital medical imaging tests on CDs/DVDs, and later over secure Internet connections. In 2012, Emmanuel was put in charge of the U.S. firm ETIAM Corp. ETIAM has invented or co-invented several worldwide standards like expanding the DICOM standard to the Web and video, as well as clinical document sharing. Emmanuel was co-chair of IHE-Europe and DICOM worldwide.
- At b<>com
Emmanuel joined b<>com and its Connected Healthcare lab in 2013, and has been eHealth Director since late 2014.