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Valerie Gouet


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Valerie Gouet

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Short bio. Valérie Gouet-Brunet has been research director (DR1) of the French Ministry of Ecology (MTES) since 2012. She carries out her research at the French mapping agency (IGN - National Institute for Geographical and Forest Information), within the LaSTIG laboratory, and at the University Gustave Eiffel. Within the ACTE research group, she is in charge of researches on the description by content, matching and indexing of large-scale and long-term multimedia collections, with a focus on images and their structuring, exploration and spatialization with application to cultural and natural heritage. For 4 years until 2018, she headed the MATIS laboratory (35 members) at IGN, specialized in mathematics and computer science applied to photogrammetry, computer vision and remote sensing for multi-sensor and multi-source imaging. She obtained a PhD in Computer Vision in 2000 from the University of Montpellier II (France) on the area of color image matching with application to intermediate view synthesis, and an habilitation to conduct research at the Pierre and Marie Curie University (France) in 2008 on the area of content-based structuring of collections of still and animated images. V. Gouet-Brunet has supervised more than fifty PhD students and researchers and participated in or coordinated some twenty partnership projects of various kinds (French national ANR and FUI projects, European projects, bilateral industrial contracts, international research collaborations). Currently, she is coordinating the ALEGORIA project (French ANR 2018-2021), is member of the steering committee of the French Association for pattern recognition and interpretation (AFRIF), of the board of the European association Time Machine Organisation, and of the working group "Digital data" of the scientific site for the restoration of Notre-Dame de Paris.