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Équipe de recherche :Research Team:
Image, Modélisation, Analyse, GEométrie, Synthèse (IMAGES)Image, Modeling, Analysis, GEometry, Synthesis (IMAGES)
Laboratoire Traitement et Communication de l'Information (LTCI)Information Processing and Communication Laboratory (LTCI)
Image, Données, Signal (IDS)Image, Data, Signal (IDS)
Michel Roux graduated from ENST (Télécom Paris) in 1988, then obtained a doctorate in 1992, specialising in Signal and Image. His PhD thesis deals with the resetting of multi-source images, and more particularly with the resetting of SPOT images and maps. She was supervised by Henri Maître and Jaime Lopez-Krahe.
Michel Roux did an 18-month post-doctoral fellowship at Carnegie Mellon University, in the MAPSLab directed by David Mckeown. There he worked on the detection of buildings from a large number of aerial images. From October 1994 to June 1997, he was a Research Engineer, and since then he has been a Associate professor in the IDS Department at Télécom Paris.
His work focuses mainly on the constitution of cartographic databases by analysis of aerial images and maps. He is a correspondent for Télécom Paris for the Masters in Automatic and Signal and Image Processing and Physical Methods in Remote Sensing, for which he organizes the Image Processing courses.