Last modified on : Wed, 14 Mar 12
Researcher in the ATHENA project team
+33 4 92 38 76 01
Main Research themes: Mathematical and computational models for the analysis of electro- and magneto-encephalography, Head modeling using MR images, Finite element methods, Real-time interpretation of brain activity with applications to Brain-Computer interfaces, 3D computer vision, image processing.
I used to work in the fields of Computer Vision and Image processing. Since 2002, I shifted my research interest to simulation and analysis of electro- and magneto-encephalography signals, with applications to Brain Computer Interfaces or more clinical applications such as epilepsy. I am also interested in developing joint models for studying the relations between various imaging functional modalities of the brain such as EEG, MEG, dMRI, fMRI or optical imaging.
More generally, i am interested in developing and implementing mathematical or algorithmic approaches for signal or image processing and analysis (recently applied to the fields of MEG, EEG and MRI).
I am also teaching a 3D Computer Vision master course at University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis and another master course entitled Functional brain imagery and Brain Computer Interfaces both at Master MVA at ENS Cachan (with B. Thirion) and at University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis (with Maureen Clerc).
Finally, I’m involved into several software developments:
- More to come
Former PhD students
Jérôme Piovano (now a Apple)