She is working with Gustau Camps-Valls and his team on time series classification in the domain adaptation context.
Paper “Multiclass feature learning for hyperspectral image classification: Sparse and hierarchical solutions” (Devis Tuai, Rémy Flamary and Nicolas Courty) published in ISPRS Journal has been awarded the U.V. Helava award 2015. Congratulations! More information at http://www.isprs.org/society/awards/helava/2015.aspx.
The workshop Statlearn is a premier event held every year, which focuses on current and upcoming trends in Statistical Learning. Statlearn’16, the seventh edition of the workshop, has been held in Vannes on April, 7-8 2016. It was preceded by a one-day spring school about learning on non vectorial data.…
The OBELIX team from IRISA is organizing a Workshop on Hierarchical Image Representations, Computer Vision and Remote Sensing. This event will be held in Vannes (Campus of Tohannic) on January 25th, 2016. See dedicated page for more details.
IRISA Data Science Symposium will be held in Rennes on November 26-27, 2015. The program is available here here. The OBELIX team is organizing a workshop on Big Data & Earth Observation, see the workshops page.
Cris Luengo, Associate Professor in Center for Image Analysis (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences / Uppsala University) will visit OBELIX team for one week in June!
Vladimir Curic, researcher in Center for Image Analysis (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences / Uppsala University) will visit OBELIX team for a month in June!
Norman Kerle, leader of the ITC-OOA group in ITC / University of Twente, will visit OBELIX team for a week mid-April !
The Obelix team is coorganizing a special session on Image Retrieval in Remote Sensing within the 12th International Workshop on Content-Based Multimedia Indexing (CBMI 2014). Special session website: http://cbmi2014.itec.aau.at/image-retrieval-in-remote-sensing/
The ASTERIX project has been selected by ANR (French National Research Agency) in the program JCJC (Young Researchers), which provides a 275 k€ financial support to this 4-year initiative (2013-2017). This project is led by Sébastien Lefèvre and it deeply involves members of the OBELIX team, together with colleagues from…