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* [[User:Roland|Roland Levillain]], now with Google (London, UK) <br> [[http://www.lrde.epita.fr/~theo/phds/levillain.2011.phd.pdf <span style="color:LightSalmon">PhD report:</span> Towards a software architecture for generic image processing]]
 
* [[User:Roland|Roland Levillain]], now with Google (London, UK) <br> [[http://www.lrde.epita.fr/~theo/phds/levillain.2011.phd.pdf <span style="color:LightSalmon">PhD report:</span> Towards a software architecture for generic image processing]]
 
* [[User:Xu|Yongchao Xu]], now both with EPITA-LRDE and the Signal and Image Processing Dept. of Telecom ParisTech <br> [[http://www.lrde.epita.fr/~theo/phds/xu.2013.phd.pdf <span style="color:LightSalmon">PhD report:</span> Tree-based shape spaces: Definition and applications in image processing and computer vision]]
 
* [[User:Xu|Yongchao Xu]], now both with EPITA-LRDE and the Signal and Image Processing Dept. of Telecom ParisTech <br> [[http://www.lrde.epita.fr/~theo/phds/xu.2013.phd.pdf <span style="color:LightSalmon">PhD report:</span> Tree-based shape spaces: Definition and applications in image processing and computer vision]]
* [[User:Carlinet|Edwin Carlinet]], now with [http://www.dxo.com DxO] <br> [[http://www.lrde.epita.fr/~theo/phds/xu.2013.phd.pdf <span style="color:LightSalmon">PhD report:</span> A tree of shapes for multivariate images]]
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* [[User:Carlinet|Edwin Carlinet]], now with [http://www.dxo.com DxO] <br> [[http://www.lrde.epita.fr/~theo/phds/carlinet.2015.phd.pdf <span style="color:LightSalmon">PhD report:</span> A tree of shapes for multivariate images]]
   
 
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Software Snapshots

  • Milena, a modern, efficient, and generic image processing library in C++
    • it is part of the Olena platform
    • the main project page is here
    • I'm ranked by Ohloh (!) here
  • eVidenZ, a free and general-purpose C++ library to implement some Dempster-Shafer engines (theory of belief functions):
    • this was a student project (it is no more maintained)
    • the dedicated page is here
    • a modern version of this project is here

Lectures

The courses I give at EPITA:

Students

Former PhD students:

Current PhD students:

Internship Proposals

No proposal at the moment.