I am currently a PhD student at IMT (Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse, Université de Toulouse, France) in the MIP team in collaboration with the TCI team at IRIT (Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse, France). I am under the supervision of Pr. François Malgouyres (IMT, Univ. Toulouse), Pr. Jean-Yves Tourneret (IRIT, ENSEEIHT) and Herwig Wendt (CNRS, ENSEEIHT).
- Dictionary learning
- Sparse representations
- Multi-resolution dictionaries
- Deep learning
My PhD thesis consists in developing a method for optimizing fast transforms (fast in the in the sense that they don’t suffer from big images) based on convolutional trees. This method allows image recognition or compression for high-resolution images.
I graduated from ENAC and Univ. Toulouse III, obtaining the “Operations Research” Master’s degree in 2016 (promotion M2RIT-RO_15).