Pierre Hellier - Principal Scientist

Pierre Hellier

Principal Scientist



What's new:

I joined Technicolor in August 2011, as principal scientist and work package leader. The team, entitled “example-guided video modification”, is composed of 5 researchers and deals with computer vision and image analysis.

Short Bio:

I graduated from SupAero in 1996 and received an MS in applied mathematics from Toulouse University in 1996. After one year as a research engineer for military duty at Onera, I prepared a PhD at INRIA Rennes on medical image registration and defended it in 2000. I moved one year as a postdoc at the image science institute, Utrecht University, the Netherlands, and was then appointed as an INRIA research scientist in 2001 working on biomedical image analysis. In 1996, I was a visiting professor at the brain imaging center, Mcgill university, Montreal, Canada. I am co-founder of Syneika, a company that industrializes and sells since 2009 a neuronavigation system for transcranial magnetic stimulation.  After defending my habilitation thesis (HDR) in 2010, I moved to Technicolor in 2011.

Research interests:

Image and video processing, computer vision.


Latest publications


Motion Driven Tonal Stabilization

Oriel Frigo, Neus Sabater, Julie Delon, Pierre Hellier

IEEE transactions on Image Processing
September 01, 2016

Split and Match: Example-based Adaptive Patch Sampling for Unsupervised Style Transfer

Oriel Frigo, Neus Sabater, Julie Delon, Pierre Hellier

IEEE International conference on pattern recognition, CVPR
June 01, 2016

Stabilisation tonale de vidéos

Oriel Frigo, Neus Sabater, Julie Delon, Pierre Hellier

Gretsi 2015
September 10, 2015

Motion driven tonal stabilization

Oriel Frigo, Neus Sabater, Julie Delon, Pierre Hellier

September 10, 2015

Optimal Transportation for Example-Guided Color Transfer

12th Asian Conference on Computer Vision (ACCV 2014)
November 03, 2014

A Scalable Framework For Joint Clustering And Synchronizing Multi-Camera Videos

Eusipco 2013
September 09, 2013


Movie production and image fingerprinting

Metis 2014
May 13, 2014