Since september 2015, I am an associate professor in Blois and Tours, France. I teach computer science at INSA Centre-Val de Loire and do my research in the RFAI team (Reconnaissance des Formes et Analyse d'Images, Pattern recognition and image analysis) of the Laboratoire d'Informatique Fondamentale et Appliquée of Tours.
From 2009 to 2015, I was an associate professor in Lyon. I was teaching in the computer science department of Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 and doing research in the LIRIS (Laboratoire d'InfoRmatique en Image et Systèmes d'information, which you would translate by Computer Science Laboratory in Imaging and Information Systems), in the Imagine team.
|2022-11-30:||Research page updated, at last!|
|2022-06-27:||ICIP, ICPR and GRETSI papers added into the list of publications|
|2022-06-23:||Moved to gitlab.com|
|2021-07-01:||I defended my habilitation thesis, on object segmentation and classification. The report has been added in the Publications page|
|2020-04-20:||Being stuck at home during the Covid-19 crisis is a good time for cleaning and releasing code that was sleeping in the drawers. I released a C++ GUI app for pixelwise labeling of images, based on OpenCV and Qt, on https://gitlab.com/julien-mille/PixelLabeling|
|2019-10-07:||I released a C++ port of the DeepFlow library using OpenCV/CUDA modules on https://gitlab.com/julien-mille/DeepFlowCUDA|
|2019-01-01:||JMIV 2019 paper updated in the publication list.|