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After graduating from the Ensimag
school of engineering in Grenoble in 1997, I defended my PhD in
Applied Mathematics at Joseph Fourier University in 2001.
Since 2002, I have been an associate professor at
Grenoble-INP, which is now part of UGA, university grenoble
alpes. In 2010, I was with GIPSA-Lab Grenoble and after having
defended my "Habilitation à diriger des recherches" in
2011, I went on sabbatical at the university of Edinburgh,
Scotland (2011-2012). In 2018,
I was a visitor at the school of engineering of the university
of Pisa at the "dipartimento di ingegneria dell'informazione".
Processing: Nonlinear multiscale
image representation (compression, denoising,
super-resolution), splines and box splines
image representation, texture analysis, image
representation based on nonuniform sampling.
- Wavelet Maxima Lines (1D and 2D): Signal
reconstruction from extrema of wavelet decompositions,
detection and estimation of transients, blob
detection and characterization, robust feature
related methods: Fast algorithm for
bidimensional EMD, new approaches to EMD through constrained
Analysis: Multicomponent signal analysis,
- Nils Laurent (2019-), IRS-project
- Quentin Legros (2017-2020),
co-supervision with Heriot-Watt university, Edinburgh,
Scotland, Now post-doc at Paris-Saclay.
- Duong-Hung Pham (2015-2018),
now associate professor, university of Toulouse, France.
- Thomas Oberlin (2010-2013),
associate professor,university of Toulouse, France,
co-supervision V. Perrier, Grenoble-INP.
- Christophe Damerval
(2004-08), co-supervised by C. Schmid, Inria.
- Dominique Fourer (2016),
now associate professor Evry, ENSIIE.
- Ratikanta Behera (2015-2016),
now associate professor IISER, Kolhkata, India.
- Anastasia Zakharova (2008-2010),
associate professor at INSA Rouen.
- Olivier Lecadet
(2008), now PRAG at IUT Vélizy.
"Problème d'échelle dans la segmentation par ondelettes d'images
texturées", Grenoble University, 2001 these.ps.gz
Habilitation (in French)
"Différentes approches non linéaires multi-échelles
pour l'analyse des signaux et des images", Grenoble
University, 2011, HdR.pdf