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It’s doctor, actually…

I am happy and proud to announce that I passed my PhD's defense on the 27th of April of 2020. The title of my PhD is "Active illumination and computational methods for temporal and spectral super-resolution microscopy". The members of my jury were Michaël Unser, BIG...

Watch my talk about our patent

[Sorry it's in French] Une présentation que j'ai donnée à l'Idiap lors de la journée de l'innovation, le 28 Août 2019. J'y parle de notre brevet (brevet européen EP19154253) déposé par M. Liebling et moi-même. La vidéo est disponible en suivant le lien :...

Our paper won the best paper award (1st place) at IEEE ISBI 2019 !

We have a paper accepted at the IEEE ISBI2019 conference in Venice, Italy, called "Multi-spectral widefield microscopy of the beating heart through post-acquisition synchronization and unmixing" (available on ieeexplore, 10.1109/ISBI.2019.8759472). This paper has been...

Valaisans fishes under a Valaisan microscope

The build of our microscope was kept very much "Valaisan": we've developed it at Idiap (based on the OpenSpim project) and the parts were machined in Sion, by the Base Aérienne. The first biological sample we've imaged was the wing of a fly.   This was a nice sample,...

The L1-magic, a take on the data term

[latexpage] Recent advances in Compressed Sensing (CS) have focused a great deal of attention onto $\ell_1$ norm minimization. This is due to the fact proven by D.L. Donoho (see "Compressed sensing", Donoho 2004) that minimizing an $\ell_1$ norm gets the same...

PyBind is great!

I recently came across (thanks to Nicolas D.) a great library called PyBind that originally was a condensed part of Boost dealing with Python interfacing. It allows to bind C++ and Python in many ways, relies heavily on meta-programmation (it is headers-only). With...