Since I was apppointed as a lecturer at the ENSIMAG in 2002, I have mainly teached courses related to
applied maths and signal processing.
Mathematical Analysis for engineers (first year Ensimag) : The
aim of this course is to provide the students with som basic elements
in meausre theory, integration, Fourier transform and the theory of
distributions. Theoretical aspects are illustrated through lab
sessions and sets of exercices.
- Handout of the course handout
- Lab sessions and sets of exercices tdtp
Analyse appliquée (first year Ensimag) : The
aim of the course is to introduce normed vector space in infinite
dimension (Banach and Hilbert spaces), we then tacckle the notions of
differentiability and of projection on subsets in such spaces.
Advanced image processing (third year Ensimag) : The goal is here to deal with modern image processing techniques that
are implementation by means of partial differential equation
(anisotropic diffusion, edge detection, active contour technique, level
Specialization year in computer science : This course
is dedicated to students who are already engineers but who like
to specialize in computer science. My contribution mainly consists
in giving them bases in numerical analysis.
I am also
in charge of numerical amnalysis courses for students of the "cours
préparatoires polytechniques" and I also teach this topic to the
students of PAGORA, an engineering school of the
Grenoble-INP group) . Previously, I have had the opportunity to
teach the following topics:
- Maths for Telecom science handout
- Neural Network
- Lab session in image processing folder 2A