Background

Former Research Director at CNRS, France


ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

  • 1994: Qualified for access to the French National University Professor chair.
  • 1987: Ph.D. with teaching accreditation, Doctor-├Ęs-Sciences physique (Doctorat d’Etat), University of Paris XI, Orsay, France.
  • 1981: Ph.D. (Doctor-Ingnieur) at the University of Paris XI, Orsay, France.
  • 1977: Electrical Engineer at SUPELEC, Higher Electrical Engineering School, Gif-sur-Yvette, France.
  • 1975: Electrical Engineer at the Polytechnical Institute of Tehran, Iran.

  • TEACHING EXPERIENCE

    1998-2005:
    • Adjunct Professor at University of Paris XI, Orsay: DEA in Automatics and Signal Processing
      Subject: Inverse problems in signal and image processing
    • Adjunct Professor at SUPELEC (Higher Electrical Engineering School).
      Subject: Inverse Problems, Deconvolution and Parametric Estimation
    1997-1998:
    • Visiting Associate Professor at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA.
      Subject: Detection-Estimation
    1988-1997:
    • Adjunct Professor at SUPLEC (Higher Electrical Engineering School).
      Subject: Inverse Problems, Deconvolution and Parametric Estimation
    • Adjunct Professor at Physics and Electrical Engineering departments of Paris Universities
      1. Post-graduate courses at the University of Paris XI, Orsay
        Subject: Inverse Problems in Imaging Systems: Image Reconstruction and Restoration
      2. Post-graduate courses at the University of Paris Val-de-Marne
        Subjects:
        Two dimensional signals and transformations”
        Image Reconstruction and Restoration Methods
      3. Post-graduate courses at the University of Cergy
        Subject: Inverse Problems in Signal and Image Processing
    1984-1987:
    • Adjunct Professor at SUPELEC
      Subjects: Signal and Information, Probability and Signal Theory
    1982-1984:
    • Adjunct Professor at the University of Paris-Sud
      Subjects: Automatics and Linear systems, Nonlinear Automatics
    1978-1982:
    • Adjunct Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering at Paris University.
      Subjects: Electronics, Physics, Automatics, and Computer Sciences
    1984-1987:
    • Adjunct Professor at SUPELEC
      Subjects: Signal and Information, Probability and Signal Theory
    1982-1984:
    • Adjunct Professor at the University of Paris-Sud
      Subjects: Automatics and Linear systems, Nonlinear Automatics
    1978-1982:
    • Adjunct Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering at Paris University.
      Subjects: Electronics, Physics, Automatics, and Computer Sciences

    THESIS ADVISOR

    G. Demoment, University of Paris-Sud, Orsay