Jérémie Sublime
Associate professor
Office L317

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I am currently an Associate Professor at the ISEP since September 2016, where I am a member of the RDI (Research and Development in Information technology) team. I am also a CNRS associate Researcher at the LIPN, UMR 7030.

I own Engineer Degree in Software engineering & Computer Vision from the EISTI Cergy, as well as a Master’s Degree in Computer and Information Technologies from INHA University, and I got my PhD in Applied Computer Science from the University Paris-Saclay in November 2016.

My research activities are dealing with machine learning and data science problems and cover a wide spectrum of issues, ranging from unsupervised learning to image processing and change detection. They can be divided into 3 main axis.

  • Unsupervised learning with a particular focus on new clustering paradigms such as multi-view, collaborative and alternative clustering.
  • Unsupervised neural networks such as Kohonen maps and Generative Topographic maps.
  • Applications of Machine Learning in the field of image processing, with a particular interest for satellite images and change detection