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1992 : Engineering degree, ISEP, major « signal and images »

2006 : PhD degree, ENST (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications, Télécom ParisTech), signal and image

2012 : HDR (Confirmation of Leading Research Capabilities), Paris Descartes University, UFR mathematics and informatics.

2012 : Qualification Section 61, corps des Maîtres de Conférences, n° 12261231373

2016 : Qualification Section 61, corps des Professeurs des Universités, n°16161231373.


Machine Learning by Stanford University

Neural Networks and Deep Learningby Stanford University

Improving Deep Neural Networks: Hyperparameter tuning, Regularization and Optimizationby Stanford University

  • Professor at ISEP (Institut Supérieur d’Electronique de Paris)
  • Head of the SITe (Signal Image Telecommunications) research team.

  • Research and teaching activities.


  Expertise in signal and image processing, machine learning:

  • Expertise on the image processing flow : preprocessing, shape and texture characterization, pattern recognition, classification, information fusion, decision, 3D reconstruction.

  • Main contribution : modeling of a priori knowledge, related to the application domain or extracted from the images, in order to better constrain the problem at the segmentation and recognition stages.
  • Application fields : document analysis, biometrics, medical imaging for ophthalmology, sustainable agriculture.

  Collaborative research:

  • Team leader : head of the SITe team, including 4 associate professors and PhD students, working on 2 research axes :

  1. Advanced method for image encoding and interpretation

  2. Optimisation of the allocation of radio resources in cellular networks

  • Development of a collaborative research:

    • 1 RHU project (2017-2022), 2 ANR TecSan projects (2009, 2012), 2 CIFRE (2008, 2012) and 2 FUI (2009, 2011), 1 project funded by INSERM (Cancer Plan).

    • Main partners : Telecom ParisTech, CIC Hôpital Quinze-Vingts, ONERA, Imagine Eye, Orange, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Institut Gustave Roussy, Fovea Pharmaceuticals (Sanofi), Alten, Cap2020, SolarNet, ...
  • Project management

  • PhD supervisor

Teaching activities:

  • Signal processing, image processing and analysis, machine learning, digital communications, information theory, source encoding

  • Head of the teaching domain related to signal and image processing (2006-2011)

  • In charge of several technical modules and educational programs

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Florence Rossant,
4 Feb 2016, 23:37