I am a maître de conférences (≈ Assistant Professor) in the Department of Physics of the École Normale Supérieure de Lyon. I carry out my research activities within the “Signal, Systems and Physics” team of the Laboratoire de Physique.
From Jan. 2020–Jun. 2021, I was a Postdoctoral Associate in the Department of Mathematics at Duke University, working in collaboration with Hau-Tieng Wu and Jana Schaich Borg. From 2016–2019, I was a Ph.D. student at Aix-Marseille Université, under the supervision of Bruno Torrésani and Matthieu Kowalski.
Laboratoire de Physique (bureau M1 114)
46 allée d'Italie
69364 Lyon, France
My research interests lie in the field of signal processing. In particular, I am interested in:
- Time-frequency and time-scale analysis;
- Applications to audio signal processing;
- Applications to biomedical engineering;
- Applications to physics and engineering science.
The topic of my Ph.D. thesis was the analysis and synthesis of nonstationary wideband signals. The applications are mainly focused on audio signals modelling.
Left: Scalogram of the audio recording—from the edge of the racetrack—of a racing car. Right: Estimation of the scalogram of the underlying stationary signal, obtained after estimation of the breaking-stationarity deformations, namely the Doppler effect and the amplitude modulation. These results are provided by our algorithm, coined as JEFAS.