I give several courses in the department of multimedia and internet at the technological institute in Le Puy-en-Velay (France).
All more or less related to computer science 🙂
You can have a look at my research interests in the dedicated section.
Since 2016, i am associate professor in computer science at the institute of technology in Le Puy-en-Velay (Multimedia and internet department).
I am member of Institut Pascal research laboratory (Clermont-Ferrand, France) in the image guided therapies team. My main research interest is image processing applied in the field of medical imaging. More specifically, i like to focus on new imaging techniques and features extraction in different applicative context. Currently, i work on hepatic vascular extraction in small animal experimental models of liver diseases.
More recently, i have tried with my colleagues to investigate the benefit of virtual and mixed reality techniques that can be achieved in various clinical applications.
For more details on my profile, check out my resume.