Invited talks

Symposia, mini-courses and conferences without proceedings

  • Mini-course `Point processes and spatial statistics in time-frequency analysis
    Stochastic Geometry Days, Dunkerque, France, November 15-19 2021 (slides, codes)
  • Poster presentation ``Joint estimation of local variance and local regularity for texture segmentation,’’ (poster)
    B. Pascal, N. Pustelnik, and P. Abry,
    Curves and Surfaces, Arcachon, France, June 28th au 4 July 4th 2018.
  • Mini-symposium presentation ``Combining Local Regularity Estimation and Total Variation Optimization for Scale-Free Texture Segmentation,’’ (slides)
    B. Pascal, N. Pustelnik, and P. Abry,
    SIAM IS, Bologna, Italy, June 5-8 2018.

Invited seminars

  1. Journées ANR Mistic, Mathématiques Appliquées à Paris 5 (MISTIC), France
    ``Texture segmentation based on fractal attributes’’ (slides)
    April 7th, 2023. Organizer: Jonathan Vacher & Mariem Abaach.
  2. Séminaire Données et Aléatoire Théorie & Applications, Laboratoire Jean Kuntzmann (LJK), Grenoble, France
    ``Proximal schemes for the estimation of the reproduction number of Covid19: From convex optimization to Monte Carlo sampling’’ (slides)
    April 6th, 2023. Organizer: Kévin Polisano.
  3. Seminar of SIMUL team, Centre de Recherche en Automatique de Nancy (CRAN), France
    ``The Kravchuk transform: a novel covariant representation for discrete signals amenable to zero-based detection tests.’’ (slides)
    July 12th, 2022. Organizer: Julien Flamant.
  4. Signal and Machine Learning seminar, Institut de Mathématiques de Marseille (I2M), France
    ``The Kravchuk transform: a novel covariant representation for discrete signals amenable to zero-based detection tests.’’ (slides)
    March 18, 2022. Organizer: Caroline Chaux.
  5. Workshop on Point Processes and Applications, CRIStAL & Laboratoire Paul Painlevé, University of Lille
    ``The Kravchuk transform: a novel covariant representation for discrete signals amenable to zero-based detection tests.’’ (slides)
    March 11th, 2022. Organizers: Mylène Maida et Michaël Fanuel.
  6. Groupe de travail Image, Mathématiques Appliquées à Paris 5 (MAP5), Université de Paris
    ``Analyse de données non stationnaires : représentations, théorie, algorithmes et applications.’’ (slides)
    March 7th, 2022. Organizer: Rémy Abergel.
  7. Seminar of the Géométrie, Apprentissage, Information, Algorithmes (GAIA) pole, GISPA-Lab, Grenoble
    ``Processing nonstationary data: representations, theory, algorithms and applications.’’ (slides)
    December 16th, 2021. Organizer: Guillaume Becq.
  8. Seminar of the Signal IMage et Son (SIMS) team, LS2N, Nantes, France ``Processing nonstationary data: representations, theory, algorithms and applications.’’ (slides)
    December 10th, 2021. Organizer: Clément Huneau.
  9. Séminaire de Statistique et Optimisation, Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse
    ``Texture segmentation based on fractal attributes using convex functional minimization with generalized Stein formalism for automated regularization parameter selection’’ (slides)
    October 12th, 2021. Organizers: Mélisande Albert, Adrien Mazoyer and Pierre Weiss.
  10. Workshop on Point Processes and Applications, CRIStAL & Laboratoire Paul Painlevé, University of Lille, France
    ``A link between Majorana Stellar representation of pure spin states and Coulomb gas on the sphere” (slides)
    May 28th, 2021. Organizer: Mylène Maida.
  11. Séminaire Cristolien d’Analyse Multifractale (SCAM), Centre de Mathématiques, Créteil
    ``Segmentation de textures à partir d’attributs fractals par minimisation de fonctionnelle, avec réglage automatique des hyperparamètres’’ (slides)
    February 4th, 2021. Organizers: Stéphane Jaffard and Stéphane Seuret.
  12. Séminaire Signal et Image, Institut de Mathématiques de Marseille (I2M)
    ``Texture segmentation based on fractal attributes using convex functional minimization with generalized Stein formalism for automated regularization parameter selection.’’ (slides)
    November 27th, 2020. Organizer: Caroline Chaux.
  13. Séminaire Image, Optimisation et Probabilités (IOP), Institut de Mathématiques de Bordeaux
    ``How scale-free texture segmentation turns out to be a strongly convex optimization problem?’’ (slides)
    March 12th, 2020. Organizers: Arthur Leclaire and Camille Male.
  14. Séminaire de l’équipe SIGMA, CRIStAL Lille
    ``How scale-free texture segmentation turns out to be a strongly convex optimization problem?’’ (slides)
    March 3rd, 2020. Organizers: Pierre-Antoine Thouvenin and Vincent Itier.
  15. Image and Signal Processing Seminars, ICTEAM, Université Catholique de Louvain
    ``How scale-free texture segmentation turns out to be a strongly convex optimization problem?’’ (slides)
    December 10th, 2020. Organizer: Laurent Jacques.

Presentation in research groups

  1. Presentation of the paper ``Quasi Monte Carlo Time-Frequency AnalysisarXiv (slides)
    Reading group of the research team of R.Bardenet
    May 12th 2021
  2. Presentation of the paper ``Free fermions and α-determinantal processesarXiv (slides)
    Reading group of the research team of R.Bardenet
    November 12th 2020