My research interests include applications of the calculus of variations and the geometric measure theory to signal and image processing. I am also interested in the applications of variational methods for computational mechanics.
I defended my PhD thesis in June 2011 at TELECOM ParisTech, under the supervision of Yann Gousseau and Jean-François Aujol.
My students and former students are:
Paul Catala (co-supervised with G. Peyré).
Quentin Denoyelle (co-supervised with G. Peyré, defended in July 2018).
(30/11/2017) Our Monge Ampere solver for optimal transport is available on the INRIA Forge!
(09/03/2016) Our project CAVALIERI has been renewed! See the webpage of the project.
(21/03/2015) Our project CAVALIERI (with Charles Dossal, Nicolas Papadakis, Julien Rabin and François-Xavier Vialard) has been accepted by CNRS.
(10/02/2014) I have been selected for the Vicent Caselles Student Award at SIAM Conference on Imaging Science.