I graduated from IFSIC engineering school in 1998 and worked on a real-time robust MPEG4 video decoder as my final project. I then joined INRIA Rennes and worked on automatic 3D reconstruction for video compression. In 2002,I received a PhD degree in Computer Sciences and Signal Processing from the University of Rennes.
I then moved 2 years as a JSPS post-doc at Tohoku University (Japan).In 2004, I joined the Toyota Higashi Fuji Research Center (Japan) where I worked as a researcher on autonomous vehicle and robotics. My research included several topics from recognition system to planning and control.
I’ve been working at Technicolor since 2014, where I am working on image and video compression. My recent topics include VR video coding and deep learning for coding.
I am also involved with in-house software development process, especially targeting C++ development.
I am currently focusing on next generation video compression.
- Core Video Compression (MPEG4, VP9/HEVC, H266)
- VR video coding
- Deep learning for video coding
- High-Dynamic Range videocoding
- Machine learning, recognition system.
I am also a big C++ fan and actively follow C++ evolution…