Cyrille Rossant

PyKidos, Teach Your Kid Python In The Browser


PyKidos is a minimal web application I built in a few days to teach my 8-year-old basic programming concepts using Python.


New book on the scientific controversy surrounding Shaken Baby Syndrome


I'm delighted to present the book I've been working on for the past few years with several colleagues, which is just being published by Cambridge University Press: Shaken Baby Syndrome: Investigating the Abusive Head Trauma Controversy.

New paper on the scientific reliability of confessions of SBS/AHT


Chris Brook and I have just published an article in Forensic Science International: Synergy presenting the results of a survey of parents and caretakers who claim to have been wrongly accused of child abuse after a medical determination of shaken baby syndrome/abusive head trauma (SBS/AHT).

An Introduction to the Scientific Controversy over Shaken Baby Syndrome


The scientific controversy over the so-called Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS) (also known, with a few key differences indicated later, as Abusive Head Trauma, AHT) is a rich and highly complex multifaceted topic.

It involves a wide range of academic disciplines: pediatrics, neonatology, obstetrics, neurology, neuropathology, radiology, hematology, evidence-based medicine, biomechanics, statistics, epidemiology, psychology, among others. There are also ramifications in epistemology, medical ethics, criminal law, sociology...

Datoviz: ultra-fast GPU scientific visualization with Vulkan


I'm excited to present the project I've been working on at the International Brain Laboratory (IBL). Datoviz is an early-stage open-source high-performance GPU scientific visualization library based on Vulkan, the Khronos cross-platform low-level graphics API, which is 5 years old today!

Datoviz screenshots

Datoviz aims at providing a unified, language-agnostic platform for interactive visualization in both 2D and 3D, with support for GUIs and general-purpose GPU compute.