Bio

I am currently in the third year of a phd at École nationale supérieure des mines de Paris under the supervision of Jesus Angulo. I obtained an engineering diploma from Télécom Bretagne and a master degree form the university of Rennes 1 in 2012.

Research

Mathematical morphology was first developed for binary images, before being extended to grayscale. One of the main theme of my phd is the extension of mathematical morphology to larger classes of images. My current contribution consists in the formalization of the discontinuity issue of total orders in metric spaces, and in a proposition of morphological operators for images valued in a set of independent labels.

I am also interested in density estimation on Riemannian manifolds applied to image and signal processing. I have mainly worked on symmetric spaces such as the hyperbolic space, and on the manifold of colours endowed with perceptual metrics.