Jerome Fellus

PhD student at ETIS Lab., MIDI team, ENSEA / University of Cergy-Pontoise (UCP) / CNRS UMR-8051, France

I received a M.S. degree in Intelligent and Communicating Systems (Master recherche SIC) from the University of Cergy-Pontoise in 2012.

Since october 2012, I am a PhD Student at ETIS Lab, in the fields of Multimedia Indexing and Content Based Retrieval, supervised by David Picard and Philippe-Henri Gosselin. My thesis is funded by the Culture 3D Cloud project from the french society for numerical cultural heritage Fonds national pour la Société Numerique (FSN)

My main research topics are:

  • Large-scale statistical Machine Learning
  • Distributed Computing
  • Asynchronous Gossip algorithms for decentralized optimization

Software


libAGML : A C++ library for Asynchronous Gossip Machine Learning in networks

Retin : Our team's Content-based Multimedia Retrieval system