I'm a software engineer at StyleShoots since March 2016.
I'm working on new products for fashion industries. We have introduced the Live machine for videos and photos.
I've work for Ncam Technologies Ltd on camera tracking and augmented reality in the Broadcast and cinema industries. I received a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Université Lyon 1, France, in 2013, I also received a Master degree from the Université Lyon 1, in 2008.
I'm working on video and image processing for the fashion industry, to enhance and extends the StyleShoots processes. I'm developing new algorithms and methods on Computer Science, including classical Machine Learning and Deep learning. Our new product, called Live, will be showed at Euroshop'17. See the product page here.
I was working on camera tracking for broadcast and cinema industries. Developping new algorithms to improve vision-oriented and multisensors realtime camera tracking. The Ncam compagny has been involved in many research projects, like the European Dreamspace project, or the UK ASAP project.
My thesis presents a novel approach for human action recognition from examples.
Dealing with widly available Motion Capture data (Kinect-like), I present a light
training process, yet achieving high recognition score on many usual actions.
(More details can be found in the abstract in the publications page.)
Worked on high range scene analysis and understanding, with multiple depth sensors: crowd monitoring in an office environment.
Developed the "one shot learning" for human action recognition, leading to 2 publications (see publications page for details).
Active contributor of the OpenCV's Q&A forum
Contributor to new OpenCV features.
IEEE Journal on Human-Machine Systems, Reviewer;
Information Sciences, Reviewer;
Pattern Recognition Journal, Reviewer;
Journal Of Machine Vision and Applications, Reviewer;
International Conference on Pattern Recognition, Reviewer;
RFIA 2012, Organiser (Website, organisation, EasyChair co-responsable);
Coresa 2012, Reviewer.