Workshop on mathematical image processing in Bordeaux, 12-14 november 2012.
Working group on image processing web page
Email: jaujol-at-math.u-bordeaux1.fr (replace -at- with @ )
Office: 207 (IMB building)
Address: IMB, Universite Bordeaux 1,
351 Cours de la liberation, 33405 Talence Cedex,
Phone: (+33) (0)5 40 00 21 46
Fax: (+33) (0)5 40 00 21 23
I am currently a professor of applied mathematics
I am interested in mathematical problems related to image processing. My main research interests are:
- Mathematical modeling of images (additive and multiplicative decomposition, spatial adaptivity).
- Texture modeling (functional spaces, wavelets, copy-paste methods).
- Remote sensing images (irregular sampling, resolution invariance, characteristic scale).
- Non conventional imaging devices with non Gaussian noise (Cone beam Tomography, Positron Emission tomography, Synthetic Aperture Radar images). Applications to medical imaging.
I received the Habilitation thesis from ENS Cachan : "Variationnal methods in image processing".
My PhD's title is: "Contribution to texture analysis in image processing by variational methods and partial differential equations". To get more information about my PhD work (supervised by Gilles Aubert and Laure Blanc-Feraud), you can go to my PHD web page.
I was a CNRS research scientist with LATP (UMR CNRS 6632), in the Image and Signal processing group.
To get more information, you can visit my former web page at LATP.
I was a CNRS research scientist with
Centre de Mathématiques et de Leurs Applications (CMLA - CNRS UMR 8536), ENS Cachan.
To get more information, you can visit my former web page at CMLA.
I was a postdoc at UCLA with Professor Tony Chan.
I was a postdoc at at ENST Paris with Professor Henri Maitre.
I am a member of the Natimages team.