2018: Ph.D. Centrale Lille 🇫🇷
2015: M.Phil U. Melbourne 🇦🇺
2014: MSc. ENS Cachan 🇫🇷
CNRS, CRAN, Université de Lorraine, Nancy, France.
I am a CNRS research scientist at CRAN since 2019. I am a member of the SiMul research group., the multidimensional signal processing research group in the BioSiS department at CRAN.
I develop signal processing theory and methods to leverage polarization properties in physics, focusing on interpretable, geometric and algebraic approaches.
My research interests include bivariate signal processing, polarimetric imaging, quaternion-valued signal processing, with applications to underwater acoustics and gravitational waves in astrophysics.
Wanna join our group? We have currently a 12-month postdoctoral researcher position available on Geometric Bayesian inference for bivariate signals, starting anytime in 2023. See also this master internship position.
|Mar 17, 2023||Two papers accepted at ICASSP’23. See you in the greek island of Rhodes in June!|
|Feb 8, 2023||New master internship position available on Tensor Learning for Color and Polarimetric Images, starting March 2023.|
|Nov 1, 2022||New postdoctoral position available on Geometric Bayesian inference for bivariate signals, starting Jan. 2023!|
|Oct 1, 2022||New Ph.D. student Saulo Barreto is starting, with S. Miron and I on low-rank tensor representations for polarimetric data. Welcome Saulo!|
|Sep 20, 2022||I’ll be visiting Julien Bonnel at WHOI, USA for two weeks|