I have moved to the University of Strasbourg since september 2017. Consequently, this page is no longer updated.
I was a tenured assistant professor ("maître de conférences") in computer science since 2004. I hold my habilitation degree since 2015. My research position was within the Morpheo team of both the Laboratoire Jean Kuntzmann, which is a joint unit of the Grenoble universities and CNRS, and Inria. My teaching position was within Ensimag (French main engineering school for computer science and applied maths), which is part of Grenoble INP, Grenoble's Institute of Technology.
My work spans computer vision and computer graphics to computational geometry and topology and to remote sensing. With an overall goal of shape analysis and understanding, my research interests include the acquisition, reconstruction and processing of 3D shapes in motion. I have worked on shapes digitised with laser scanners as well as multi-view stereo systems or medical imagery. These shapes range from human bodies and organs to animals, trees, plants or even mechanical parts. See my research page and my habilitation thesis for details.
Keywords: 3D shape analysis, shape understanding, digital geometry processing, computational topology, feature detection, mesh segmentation, skeleton computation.