I defended my PhD thesis on October 22nd, 2009 at LIMOS (Clermont-Ferrand, France) with Vincent Barra. The subject of my PhD was ”Tools for tiling surfaces”. See also the illustrations page. I spent one year as post-doctoral research associate at the IMATI - CNR (Genova, Italy).
During my PhD thesis thesis in 2006-2009, I focused on questions of cutting and tiling surfaces, integrating topological, geometrical and combinatorial constraints on the tiles. During these years, I designed algorithms using edge-based paths. I explored various applications, from medical imaging to computer graphics.
During my post-doc, I worked with the IMATI members on tiling/segmentation methods on surfaces, mainly using scalar functions and algorithms using piecewise-linear paths. I was also interested on working with semantic descriptors and/or expert knowledge to work on automatic labelling and/or classification.
Since September 2011, I am associate professor at ISIT, I joint the ALCoV team. I am now focusing my work on medical imaging contexts, especially on pre-operative images like MRI, with the aim to extract surfaces from the voxel description, integrating expert knowledge, topological and geometrical constraints.
I am radio presenter in a french radio show named science alors !.