Jérôme Idier

J. Idier, nov. 2013


Senior Researcher, CNRS
Signal, Image and Sound (SIMS)
Laboratoire des Sciences du Numérique de Nantes
(LS2N, UMR CNRS 6004)
Ecole Centrale de Nantes
BP 92101 – 1 rue de la Noë
F44321 Nantes Cedex 3, France

Tél. : (33) 2 40 37 69 09
Fax : (33) 2 40 37 69 30

My research topics

Signal and image restoration problems constitute my main research area. More specifically, I am interested in

  • inverse problems such as deconvolution, diffraction tomography;
  • computational imaging;
  • Gibbs-Markov random fields, edge preserving models;
  • optimization (majorization-minimization, interior points) and Bayesian simulation (MCMC);
  • the role of sparsity in the resolution of inverse problems;
  • applicative areas such as non destructive testing, astronomical imaging, biomedical signal processing.

My main recent coworkers

Marc Allain,
Anne Sentenac
Institut Fresnel, Marseille, Francecomputational microscopy
Charles SoussenL2S, CentraleSupélec, Gif-sur-Yvette, Francesparse signal restoration
Hervé CarfantanIRAP/SISU, Toulouse, Franceimage restoration
Guylaine CollewetIRMFOOD, OPAALE, IRSTEA, Rennes, Francemagnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
Cédric FévotteIRIT, Equipe Signal et Communications, Toulouse, Francenonnegative matrix factorization (NMF)
Yves GoussardEPM, Montreal, Quebec, Canadabiomedical imaging, tomography, optimization
Rémi Gribonval,
Cédric Herzet
INRIA Rennes, Francesparse signal restoration