Elise Arnaud holds a position of assistant professor (maître de conférences) at Université Joseph Fourier since septembre 2006. In 2004, she obtained her PhD in Signal Processing and Telecommunications from the University of Rennes, France, working in the research lab vista (INRIA Rennes). She started her professional career with a post-doctoral position at the University of Buenos Aires (Argentina), followed by a one-year research at the University of Genova (Italy).
Until 2009, her main research interests were on statistical models for analysing dynamic scenes from image sequences. In particular, she has been member of the research lab perception from 2006 to 2009. She is now working on designing mathematical and computer tools to help decision-maker for a transition to sustainability at a regional scale. Elise is member of the SOCLE3 group.
- Laurent Gilquin – Master student – in collaboration with Clementine Prieur
- L1 : Mathematiques pour l’ingenieur – mat126
- L2 : Methodes statistiques pour la biologie – sta230