I’m a full professor in Computer Science at the LIMOS lab of Clermont-Auvergne University and CNRS. My research interests are centered on data analysis, viewed from both a methodological and an applicative point of view. This include image and video processing, mesh processing, machine and deep learning. I lead the G4 group which develops researches in these areas.
I mainly teach at ISIMA, an engineering school in computer science.
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Microarray images push to their limits classical analysis methods. New approaches are thus needed to ensure accurate data extraction from these images
Use of Hidden Markov Models and non stationarity to process temporal satellite Images.
Automatic tool for topographic analysis able to compute 2D maps from the 3D anatomic MRI.
First step our our longstanding collaboration with the University of Bergen, in Norway.
General framework for the fusion of Anatomical and Functional Images.
Aggregation between a MR image and information resulting from expert knowledge.
Mapping a surface onto a piece of the plane, using low resolution acquisitions.
Variability Analysis of the solar corona and the monitoring of its traditional regions
I am (or have been) a teaching instructor for the following courses :
Numerical analysis and linear algebra