1) Xavier Pennec, DSCI Seminar: The stationary velocity field framework for modeling the progression of Alzheimer’s disease
another leture： link
From this lecture, it seems Idiff has already done by Xavier in the papers:
besides, it also talks about how to measure the atrophy from AD and from aging:
his website intruduction: link
a survey paper in 2014
a mini course paper: link
4) Micheal Miller:
his video lecture: http://vimeo.com/45997334
5) Felipe Arrate — the author for diffeo active contour
reading his thesis is in progress, which, at the current point, is well written, and easy to understand!!!!
Life tends to be harder when mathematicians step in!
5) Mario Micheli http://www.cs.usfca.edu/~mmicheli/
6) Peter W. Michor http://www.mat.univie.ac.at/~michor/
7) crash course for manifold Symplectic Geometry: http://www.math.toronto.edu/karshon/grad/2006-07/