Philippe-Henri Gosselin

Full Professor at ENSEA, ETIS Lab., Cergy, France
Currently on leave at INRIA Bretagne, TexMex project, Rennes, France
Team : TexMex, Office : F313
Address : Centre de Recherche INRIA,
Campus de Beaulieu, 35042 Rennes Cedex
Tel : +33 2 99 84 25 57, Fax : +33 2 99 84 71 71
Email : philippe.gosselin@inria.fr

Current Position

Full Professor at ENSEA, Cergy, France
Member of ETIS Laboratory, MIDI Team, Cergy, France

Currently on leave at INRIA, TexMex Project, Rennes-Bretagne-Atlantique Research Center, Rennes, France

News

Jun 25, 2014 We propose a one year post doctoral position, "Semi-Supervised Classification of Cultural Heritage Images", starting Juanary 1st, 2015. More details here.

Employment record

Since 2012 Full Professor at Ecole Nationale Supérieure de l'Electronique et de ses Applications (ENSEA), Cergy, France
2007-2012 Associate Professor at ENSEA, Cergy, France
2006-2007 Postdoctoral position at LIP6, Univ. of Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris, France

Education

10 Nov 2011 Accreditation to Supervise Research, “Interactive Learning for Content-based Multimedia Retrieval”, University of Cergy, France
7 Dec 2005 Ph.D. in Computer Science “Machine Learning for Category Retrieval in Image Databases” University of Cergy, France
June 2002 M.Sc. Image and Signal Processing, University of Cergy, France

Research thematics

Multimedia Indexing Content-based retrieval in Image, Video and 3D Objects Databases
Image processing for visual description; Video processing for optic flow description; Extraction of descriptors in 3D meshes; Visual dictionaries and Tensors-based representations
Machine Learning Kernel Machines for Categorization of Multimedia Documents
Kernels on Bags; Kernels on Graphs; Manifold learning; Multiple Kernel Learning; Boosting
Learning and Interaction Interactive and Collaborative Learning for Multimedia Retrieval
Active learning; Distributed indexing; Epidemic learning

Research Supervision

Since 2012 Supervisor of “Multimedia Indexing” group of ETIS laboratory
David Picard – Associate Professor – Machine Learning for Multimedia Indexing
Hedi Tabia – Associate Professor – Learning and Indexing for 3D objects
Son Vu – Associate Professor – Biometrics and Computer Vision
Current Supervised Ph.D. Thesis
2012-2015Jerome Fellus "Multimedia Indexing in heterogeneous networks"
2011-2014Romain Negrel "Optimal representations for retrieval in patrimonial databases"
Past Supervised Ph.D. Thesis
2009-2012Alexy Lechervy "Interactive and collaborative learning for video retrieval"
2009-2012Jefersson dos Santos "Multi-scale classification of remote sensing images"
2007-2010Jean-Emmanuel Haugeard "Object retrieval in facades of Paris"
2006-2010Justine Lebrun "Kernels on graph for multimedia retrieval"

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