Mines ParisTech

Centre for Mathematical Morphology

the image processing laboratory of MINES ParisTech

Mathematics and Systems


Physics and mechanics of random structures: from morphology to material properties, International workshop in honor and in presence of Dominique Jeulin. Peninsula of Oléron (Atlantic coast, France), June 17-22, 2018

Upcoming seminars

March 22, 2018 (Matthias Neumann): On a multiphase relative-neighborhood graph, with applications to stochastic microstructure modeling

Latest publications

P. Manil, F. Nunio, Y. Othmani, V. Aubin, J.Y. Buffiere, M.S. Commisso, P. Dokládal, D. Durville, G. Lenoir, N. Lermé, E. Maire (2017): A Numerical Approach for the Mechanical Analysis of Superconducting Rutherford-Type Cables Using Bimetallic Description. IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity 27(4) 1 — 6.
D. Jeulin (2017): Some dense random packings generated by the dead leaves model.
J. Corvo, J. Angulo, J. Breugnot, S. Bordes, B. Closs (2017): Morphological Texture Description from Multispectral Skin Images in Cosmetology. 13th International Symposium on Mathematical Morphology and Its Applications to Signal and Image Processing, Fontainebleau (France) Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 10225 443 — 477.

Since its foundation in 1967, the CMM has contributed to the growth and dissemination of the theoretical and algorithmic corpus of mathematical morphology, making use of very broad fields of application, thereby providing a rich experimental terrain for the development of new concepts and tools. Its activities centre around collaboration with industry, research and teaching.

Presentation of the CMM


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