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Laetitia Thirion-Lefèvre
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Laetitia Thirion-Lefèvre
The first objective of our group is to understand the physical interactions between radar waves and complex environments as forests or urban areas. Our second objective is to use our knowledge on the radar phenomenology to improve classical image processing tools or to propose new solutions for classification, detection or inversion for example.

THE TEAM

Laetitia Thirion-Lefevre Associate Professor
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laetitia.thirion@centralesupelec.fr
Régis Guinvarc’h Professor
regis.guinvarch@centralesupelec
Giovanni Manfredi Post-doc researcher
Detection of walking and running people in forests using rad
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giovanni.manfredi@centralesupelec.fr
Israël Hinostroza
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Thierry Letertre
Orian Couderc
Frederic Brigui

CURRENT PHD STUDENTS

Nathan Paillou – PhD student – 1st year
Thesis : Detection techniques applied to SAR images to extract roads in forested environments
Thibault Taillade – PhD student – 3rd year
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Thesis : SAR Time series for change detection
Dihia Sidi Ahmed – PhD student – 2nd year
Thesis : Characterization of a drone at low frequencies in urban environment

FORMER PHD STUDENTS

Rémi Durand
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Orian Couderc
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Azza Mokadem
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Yaël Demarty
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Panagiotis Piteros
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Frédéric Brigui
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Etienne Everaere
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