Team members

Team leader

Bruno Cessac, Inria Research Director, team leader
Keywords: neuronal and retinal modeling, neural population coding, dynamical systems, statistical physics, software development.

Researchers

Aurelie Calabrese, Starting Research Position
Keywords: low vision, reading, eye movements, plasticity, rehabilitation, accessibility technologies

 

Pierre Kornprobst, Inria Research Director
Keywords: visual system modeling, biologically-inspired computer vision, computer vision, image processing, variational approaches, accessibility technologies, virtual and augmented reality

Hui-Yin Wu, Inria Starting Faculty Position
Keywords: assistive technology (low vision, head-mounted displays, accessible design…), multimedia processing (film analysis, automated editing systems…), AI storytelling (personalized content generation, interactive storytelling…), 3D environments (animations, graphics, VR, immersive 3D environments…), human-computer interaction (user experience, assisted creativity…)

Ph.D. students


Simone Ebert (2020-2023), supervised by Bruno Cessac.

 

Evgenia Kartsaki (Oct. 2017-Dec. 2020), Topic: How Specific Classes of Retinal Cells Contribute to Vision: a Computational Model, supervised by Bruno Cessac and Evelyne Sernagor, Institute of Neuroscience, University of Newcastle, England.

 

Administrative assistant


Marie-Cecile Lafont
Email : Marie-Cecile.Lafont AT inria.fr
Tel : +33 (0)4 92 38 78 30


Former members


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