Welcome Dr. Christine Guillemot – new Adjuncted Professor at STC

STC welcomes Dr. Christine Guillemot, Directeur de Recherche, INRIA France, as a new Adjuncted Professor in the MiLo project.

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Dr. Christine Guillemot holding a lecture at STC in 2017.

At the French research institute INRIA , she leads a research group of 20 people. Christine is an internationally recognized researcher focusing on image processing and computer vision for a variety of applications.

As Adjunct Professor, Christine will contribute with lectures in advanced image processing, compression, machine learning and more in the MiLo Project. She will also be involved in the light field research conducted within the research group Realistic 3D, where she will assist doctoral students with guidance in their excellence.

Welcome Christine! 

Short bio

Christine Guillemot holds a PhD degree from ENST (Ecole Nationale Superieure des Telecommunications) Paris. From November 1985 to October 1997, she has been with FRANCE TELECOM, where she has been involved in various projects in the area of coding for TV, HDTV and multimedia. From Jan.90 to mid 91, she has worked at Bellcore, NJ, USA, as a visiting scientist.  Since November 1997, she is 'Director of Research' at Inria, head of a research team with 20 researchers, PhD students and Postdocs. The areas of research of the group are modelling, representation, compression and processing of visual data (2D and 3D images and video signals, light fields, 360° videos) for various applications.

She has served as Associate Editor for several IEEE journals (IEEE Trans. on Image Processing, IEEE Trans. on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology, IEEE Trans. on Signal Processing, …). She is currently Senior Area Editor of IEEE Trans on Image Processing. She is a regular member of program committees of major conferences (SPIE-VCIP, IEEE-ICIP, PCS,EUSIPCO etc.)

Member of International scientific committees

- Member of the IEEE IMDSP technical committee (2002-2007);
- Member of the IEEE MMSP technical committee (2005-2008), and associate member since 2010.
- Member of the IEEE IVMSP technical committee (2013-2016)


Dr. Christine Guillemot, Adjuncted Professor

Background: PhD degree from École Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications 
Research Group: Realistic 3D 
Research project: MiLo