Elisa Fromont is associate professor in Computer Science and Head of the Machine Learning project in the Data Intelligence team of the laboratory Hubert Curien. Her research focuses on data mining (pattern mining, graph mining, clustering under constraints, inductive databases) and computer vision (image classification, full semantic scene labelling, object tracking in videos). She defended her “Habilitation to supervise researches” (HDR) in December 2015.
She manages the first year of the French Master program “Web Intelligence”. She coordinates the ANR SOLSTICE (2014-2017) research project on design of new models and tools for representing and managing images and videos and is involved in the ANR LIVES (2016-2020) on learning with Interacting ViEwS.
Alain Trémeau is Professor in Computer Vision at the Université Jean Monnet – Saint-Etienne, France. He is member of the laboratory Hubert Curien, the largest CNRS research laboratory of this University. He is involved in many national and international research programs and research networks and wrote numerous scientific papers and book chapters.
He supervised many PhD thesis and MSc thesis done by foreign students. He is managing several international master programmes: the Erasmus + Joint Master Degree COSI / Colour in Science and Industry /, the Erasmus Mundus Master Degree CIMET / Color in Informatics and MEdia Technolgy / and the Franco-Norvegian master 3DMT / 3D Multimedia Technology /, international conferences in the field of image processing and computational color imaging and European Intensive School in Computer Vision and French Winter School in Color Imaging.
Marc Sebban is Professor in Computer Science and of Head of the Computer Science, Cryptography and Image Processing Department of the laboratory Hubert Curien. His research focuses on machine learning (Metric Learning, Transfer Learning, Domain Adaptation, Theory of Boosting, Grammatical Inference, Sequence Mining, Feature and Prototype Selection) and computer vision (Perceptual Color Metric Learning, Feature Fusion, Subspace Alignment in Image Classification).
Marc Sebban manages the international Machine Learning and Data Mining master’s degree program. He is also involved in several research projects: ANR SOLSTICE (2014-2017) on design of new models and tools for representing and managing images and videos, ANR LIVES (2016-2020) on learning with Interacting ViEwS and the Joint ARC 6 project on New Theoretical Frameworks in Metric Learning: Application to Energy Management.
Hubert Konik is Assistant Professor (1st class) of University Jean Monnet, member of the laboratory Hubert Curien, the largest CNRS research laboratory of this University. He obtained his PhD in Computer Science and Image Processing in 1994 on pyramidal approaches for the segmentation of textured images. His research interests are focused on image processing and analysis, more particularly content aware image processing for new services and usages. In this field, he was co-director of manye PhD students, some in collaboration with companies.
He manages at Télécom Saint-Etienne (engineer school from this University and associated to Mines-Telecom Institute) a work-linked training in apprenticeship entitled “Image & Photonics, smart-industries”.
Finaritra Ramialison is a teacher of French as a Foreign Language teacher at Centre International de Langue et Civilisation Française.
She has extensive experience in teaching French language and culture to learners from different cultural backgrounds. Previous to working at University Jean Monnet, Finaritra Ramialison has held responsabilites at Magyar-Francia Ifjúsági Alapítvány (Fondation franco-hongroise pour la jeunesse), Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Universitas Hasanuddin and the French Consulate, Cultural Service, San Francisco.
He’s the guy you are talking to when using the contact form 😉