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Contact

  • Email: nicolas.boutry-at-lrde.epita.fr
  • Tel: +33 6 76 80 10 53

Short bio

Graduated from ESIEE Paris in 2002 in the field of Signal Processing and Telecommunications, Nicolas Boutry has spent over four years in Switzerland at EPFL where he did research on MR images of human brains and on image compression. He joined then a company called MyCO2 to work on pattern recognition. He realized his Ph.D. thesis on well-composed images from 2014 to 2016 at EPITA on the Olena project and at the LIGM at ESIEE Paris. He is now research assistant at EPITA, still on well-composed images and topological issues in nD discrete images.

My curriculum vitae is available HERE.

Current status

Research Assistant:

Teaching:

  • Algorithmics (TD / TP for 3rd-year students at EPITA)
  • Regular Language Theory (TD / TP for 3rd-year students at EPITA)

Publications

Nicolas Boutry, Thierry Geraud, Laurent Najman, A Tutorial on Well-Composedness, JMIV 2017 PDF

Nicolas Boutry, Thierry Geraud, Laurent Najman, Well-Composedness in Alexandrov Spaces Implies Digital Well-Composedness in Z^n, DGCI 2017 PDF

Nicolas Boutry, Thierry Geraud, Laurent Najman, About the equivalence between AWCness and DWCness, HAL 2016 PDF

Nicolas Boutry, Thierry Geraud, Laurent Najman, How to Make nD Images Well-Composed Without Interpolation, ICIP 2015 PDF (dedicated page: Publications/boutry.15.icip)

Nicolas Boutry, Thierry Geraud, Laurent Najman, How to Make nD Functions Digitally Well-Composed in a Self-Dual Way, ISMM 2015 PDF (dedicated page: Publications/boutry.15.ismm)

Nicolas Boutry, Thierry Geraud, Laurent Najman, Une généralisation du bien-composé à la dimension n, GTGéoDis 2014 PDF, Poster (dedicated page: Publications/boutry.14.geodis)

Nicolas Boutry, Thierry Geraud, Laurent Najman, On Making nD Images Well-Composed by a Self-Dual Local Interpolation, DGCI 2014 PDF (dedicated page: Publications/boutry.14.dgci)

Link to my PhD report

A Study of Well-composedness in n-D