IGN/Université Paris Est, France - LaSTIG lab., MATIS team
73, avenue de Paris 94160 Saint-Mandé
E: clement.mallet [at] ign.fr
T: +33 1 43 98 84 36
Hello there !
I am a senior researcher in the Geographic Information lab. of IGN - France, the French National Institute for Geographic and Forest Information. I am currently leading the MATIS team on photogrammetric computer vision and remote sensing, where I previously headed the group on scene reconstruction and analysis. We are affiliated with Université Paris Est.
I received the engineering degree with a speciality in image processing from ENSG (France), and a master of science in physics & remote sensing from Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris, France), both in 2005. Then, I integrated the research teams of IGN first focusing on large scale 3D point cloud processing. I received my PhD diploma from Telecom Paris Tech (France) in 2011, with a joint supervision with the Leibniz University of Hannover (Germany). My topic was on full-waveform lidar data processing. Eventually, I took the lead of the research groups dealing broadly speaking with geospatial computer vision, the field in-between machine learning, remote sensing, computer vision, and spatial analysis. I received the Habilitation diploma from Université Paris Est in 2016. My dissertation was entitled "Towards operational very high resolution land-cover mapping".
As you may have guessed, I have a calling for maps, remote sensing, and working at IGN ! For more details, please visit these pages, and feel free to contact me.
More information available on my CV.
- The MAESTRIA project (Multi-modAl Earth obServaTion Image Analysis) has been granted by the French ANR (2019-2023). Website coming soon but already 2 PhD positions available ! PhD1 with Jordi Inglada -- PhD2 with Mathieu Fauvel.
- Please attend the 3rd EuroSDR workshop "Preparations for the Sentinels in Europe" in Oslo (Norway) on 9-10 October, 2018.
- Co-chair. JURSE 2019 conference, Vannes, France, with Devis Tuia.
- Special Issue on "Hyperspectral Imagery for Urban Environment" in Remote Sensing: an outcome of the ANR HYEP project.
- The series of books entitled "QGIS and remote sensing applications" (French/English, 2x4 volumes), edited with Nicolas Baghdadi and Mehrez Zribi (ISTE) is now available. More details here - Plus d'informations ici et ici.
Last modified: August 2018