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PhD thesis proposal
Distributed estimation over multitask networks

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Period to apply: May, 1 to June, 6

Special session chair, IEEE SAM 2016
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

13 - 16 dec. 2015:
Technical co-chair, IEEE CAMSAP 2015
Cancun, Mexico

31 aug. - 4 sept. 2015:
Technical co-chair, EUSIPCO 2015
Nice, France


21-24 sept. 2014:
Special session at IEEE MLSP 2014
Machine Learning for Big Data

22 feb. - 24 mar. 2014:
15 oct. - 15 nov. 2013:
Invited researcher
Federal University of Santa Catarina
Florianopolis, Brazil
Collaboration: Prof. J.-C. M. Bermudez

22 sept. 2013:
Tutorial at IEEE MLSP 2013
"Nonlinear system identification in reproducing kernel Hilbert space: theory and applications" [Slides] [Matlab]


I am currently a professor in the Laboratoire Lagrange (UMR CNRS 7293, Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur), at the University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis. Until August 2009, I was in the Institut Charles Delaunay, with the LM2S Group, at UTT. I still colaborate with this group.

I am a member of the Institut Universitaire de France (IUF)

My research interests lie at the intersection of statistical signal processing and machine learning, and how they have synergistic effects on system monitoring. In particular, my recent research works mostly focus on online system identification in a variety of forms, including

  • Nonlinear adaptive signal processing
  • Adaptive filtering subject to equality/inequality constraints
  • Diffusion adaptation and learning over networks
One of the applications of these derivations concerns hyperspectral data processing, which can be considered as a Big Data problem that requires online processing techniques.

>>> New: List of all my publications with pdf (and codes) available