I am a permanent CNRS researcher at CREATIS (Tomoradio team). I defended my Accreditation To Supervise Research (HDR) in 2019.
Since September 2019, I am an elected member of the CoNRS (section 7).
My research activities include data compression, geometry processing (mostly mesh generation), and medical image processing (segmentation and registration). I have published in several top rank journals (IEEE TVCG, IEEE TIP, IEEE TMI) and my works have been presented at several selective international conferences (Eurographics, SGP, SMI). I am also a contributor to open science, providing the source code for several of my papers on github (ACVD, DESK, FROG, Wavemesh).
Accreditation To Supervise Research (HDR), 2019
PhD in Image and Geometry Processing, 2002
Electrical Engineering, 1998
My main contributions to this field are related to mesh generation
There is a huge quantity of medical images in hospitals. I develop methods to efficiently analyse large 3D image sets, while preserving patient anonymity
I have contributed to data compression, especially for 3D triangular meshes