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Jérôme Idier


Senior Researcher, CNRS
(Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France)                                                                                 
 
Team: Analysis and Decision in Signal and Image Processing (ADTSI)
Institut de Recherche en Communications et Cybernétique de Nantes
(IRCCyN, UMR CNRS 6597)
BP 92101 - 1 rue de la Noë - 44321 Nantes Cedex 3, France
 
Tél. : (33) 2 40 37 69 09 - Fax : (33) 2 40 37 69 30
 
 
My research topics
 
Signal and image restoration problems constitute my main research area.
More specifically, I am interested in
    • inverse problems such as deconvolution, diffraction tomography;
    • Markovian models: Gibbs-Markov random fields, Markov chains, edge preserving models;
    • optimization (majorization-minimization, interior points) and Bayesian simulation (MCMC);
    • the role of sparsity in the resolution of inverse problems;
    • applicative areas such as non destructive testing, astronomical imaging, biomedical signal processing.
 
Recent coworkers
 
    Marc Allain, Anne Sentenac,  (Institut Fresnel, Marseille, France)
       [ super-resolution, fluorescence microscopy ]
       
    Vincent Baltazart  (IFSTTAR, Bouguenais, France)
       [ image processing, non destructive testing ]
       
    David Brie, Charles Soussen  (CRAN, Nancy, France)
       [ signal processing for spectroscopy, sparse signal restoration ]
       
    Hervé Carfantan  (OMP/LATT, Toulouse, France)
       [ image restoration, astronomy ]
       
    Sylvie Chambon  (IRIT, Toulouse, France)
       [ image processing ]
       
    Frédéric Champagnat, Guy Le Besnerais  (ONERA/DTIM, Palaiseau, France)
       [ image restoration, optics/image processing co-design ]
       
    Guylaine Collewet, François Mariette  (IRMFOOD, IRSTEA, Rennes, France)
       [ magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy ]
       
    Cédric Févotte  (Laboratoire Lagrange , Nice, France)
       [ nonnegative matrix factorization (NMF) ]
       
    Yves Goussard  (EPM, Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
       [ biomedical imaging, tomography, optimization ]
       
    Rémi Gribonval, Cédric Herzet  (INRIA Rennes, France)
       [ sparse signal restoration ]
       
    Laurent Simon  (LAUM, Le Mans, France)
       [ signal processing for non destructive evaluation and testing ]


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