Congratulations to Jean-Christophe Pesquet, director of the Centre fo Visual Computing (CVN) laboratory: He has just been named "EURASIP Fellow 2022". This is an extremely prestigious title, only 3 people have obtained it in Europe in 2022.
EURASIP stands for "The European Association for Signal Processing". It was founded in 1978 with the aim/objective of improving communication between groups and individuals working in the multidisciplinary field of signal processing in Europe and elsewhere, of exchanging and disseminating information in the field of signal processing, and of furthering the efforts of researchers by providing a scholarly and professional platform for the dissemination and discussion of all aspects of signal processing, without seeking to generate profit or any other material benefit.
The CVN laboratory, associated with INRIA Saclay, is situated at the intersection of mathematics and computer science, in search of mathematical models and their computational solutions for the automatic structuring, interpretation and understanding of massive (visual) data with a focus on machine learning, computer vision and discrete models in biomedical image analysis.