Samy Blusseau

PhD in applied mathematics

I graduated with a PhD in 2015 in applied mathematics at CMLA, ENS Cachan, under the supervision of Rafael Grompone von Gioi and Jean-Michel Morel.


I am interested in applied mathematics, image analysis, computer vision and human vision.


During my thesis, I compared human subjects to computer vision algorithms on perceptual grouping tasks.

Then I worked as a postdoc at the psychology school of the University of Southampton (UK) with Wendy Adams, Erich Graf and James Elder. During that project I worked  on modeling the perception of surface orientations.


After another postdoc in mathematical morphology at Telecom ParisTech (LTCI) and Mines ParisTech (CMM) with Isabelle Bloch, Yann Gousseau, Jesús Angulo and Santiago Velasco-Forero, I started a Tenure Track program at the Centre for Mathematical Morphology (CMM) of Mines Paristech.


My current research deals with morphological signal processing on graphs, morphological neural networks, interactions between deep learning and mathematical morphology for image processing.


Here is my CV.



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