I am a signal processing person!
I am interested in
signal and image processing, coding theory and information theory for visual data communication.
I've been a member of INRIA since 2001. Before that I was at Princeton University and I got my PhD from the University of Cergy-Pontoise
in collaboration with Thales.
I've also visited Eurecom and Berkeley University.
I served as a member of the French National University Council (CNU 61) from 2011 to 2015.
I am currently an Associate Editor for Annals of Telecommunications.
Current research activities
Image and video coding for multimedia communications
- Error-resilient video coding, unequal erasure protection and bundle packet protection.
- Compressed sensing, with application to coding of correlated sparse sources.
- Universal and ergodic distributed source coding.
- Interactive communication.
Recent research projects
- Interactive video communication: project funded by the Labex CominLabs Oct. 2016-Nov. 2019. NEW Project website
- DGA Grant on deep learning image compression and classification: Oct. 2015- Sept.2018.
- Ericsson CIFRE projet on High Dynamic Range image/video compression: Oct. 2014- Sept.2017.
- 2 collaborations in the framework of the Joint research laboratory between INRIA and Alcatel Lucent Bell Labs. Jan. 2011-Jan. 2014.
- ANR ARSSO: Adaptable, Robust, Streaming SOlutions. Jun. 2010- Dec. 2014. Funded by ANR.
- FP7-IST NOE NEWCOM++. Network of Excellence in Wireless COMmunication. Jan. 2008-Apr. 2011. Funded by EC.
- Best Paper Award "Francesco Carassa" 2011 awarded by
(Gruppo Italiano Telecomunicazioni e Teoria dell'Informazione) for the paper "Lossy compression of distributed sparse sources: a practical scheme" by G. Coluccia, E. Magli, A. Roumy and V. Toto-Zarasoa.
- "Top 10%" paper at ICIP 2015 for the paper "Universal lossless coding with random user access: the cost of interactivity" by A. Roumy and T. Maugey.