Prof. Ayman Alfalou

Senior Member | Prof. ISEN Brest at ISEN Brest
Alfalou, Ayman
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SPIE Membership: 13.3 years total | 13.3 years voting
SPIE Awards: Senior status
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Area of Expertise: Signal and information processing, Recognition forms: correlation, Optical compression, Optical encryption, Holography, 3D image
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Alfalou Ayman passed the Ph.D. in Telecommunications and signal processing from ENSTB-France and of the University of Rennes (1) in 1999. He held a Post-Doc position for one year at (ENSTB), consisting in designing and realizing an optical compact and high rate correlator. Since June 2000, He has been a Professor of Telecommunications and signal processing at ISEN-Brest (Institut Supérieur de l'Electronique et du Numérique). At ISEN, he created the Optical Signal and Image Processing Laboratory (Vision lab). His research interests are optical engineering, optical information processing (correlation, compression, encryption, 3D, … ), Signal and image processing, ICA. He has some PhD, Master, Engineering students. He has published over 110 refereed journal articles or confs on a wide variety of theoretical and experimental topics. He has organized or co-organized many conferences and special session; he is a Senior member of OSA, Senior member of IEEE, Senior member of SPIE and elected member of the Institute of Physics.

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