I am a senior scientist at the Centre for Biomedical Imaging (CIBM), with the main affiliation with the Signal Processing Lab (LTS5) at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland. I am also affiliated with the Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV), Department of Radiology. At the CIBM and EPFL-LTS5, I am the machine learning leader (ML) for the medical imaging group.
EPFL STI IEL LTS5 ELD 231 (Bâtiment ELD) Station 11 CH-1015 Lausanne
My research interests lie in the general area of machine learning, medical image analysis, and computer vision, particularly in deep representation learning, as well as their applications in domain adaptation and self-supervised learning. My research's ultimate goal is to develop robust deep image representations that capture and understand the world, as well as our human eye and mind, do. Those representations will form the basic building block of downstream tasks in many vision-based applications.
These lab sessions are designed as a practical companion to the course "Image Analysis and Pattern Recognition" by Prof. Thiran. The main objective is to learn how to use some important image processing libraries, namely OpenCV, for performing image analysis tasks.