Mathieu Delalandre obtained two M.Sc. in Computer Science from the Rouen University (France) in 2001. During the years 2001 to 2005 he has done his PhD Thesis in the same University at the LITIS Laboratory. Then, starting from 2006 until 2009 he has done different research fellow positions in laboratories and institutes Europe-wide: SCSIT (Nottingham, UK), L3i (La Rochelle, France) and CVC (Barcelona, Spain). Since September 2009 he is Assistant Professor at the LIFAT laboratory (Tours, France) in the RFAI group.
His ongoing research activities deal with the image processing field, focussed on local approaches, including local detectors and descriptors, template matching and processing in the transform domain. His past research activities at PhD and research fellow levels were focussed on performance evaluation, graph-based representation and image understanding. His application domains are related to document and video analysis including video copy detection over streaming, camera-based document capture, document image networking, Comics/Manga copyright protection and symbol/logo detection and recognition.
Mathieu Delalandre has done around fifty publications during his career into journals (TIP, PR, PRL, IJDAR), conferences (ICDAR, ICPR, IPTA) and workshops (DAS, GREC, SIFED). He has contributed to around ten National and International research projects, his current contributions concern the ScannerLoire and ImageStream projects.
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