Jesús Angulo
MINES ParisTech Centre de Morphologie Mathématique

I was born in Cuenca (in the region of La Mancha, like Don Quijote), Spain, in 1975. I received a degree in Telecommunications Engineering from Polytechnical University of Valencia, Spain, in 1999, with a Master Thesis on Image and Video Processing. I obtained my PhD in Mathematical Morphology and Image Processing, from the MINES Paristech (Ecole des Mines de Paris, France), in 2003, under the guidance of Prof. Jean Serra. 

I am currently a permanent researcher (Chargé de Recherche) in the Center of Mathematical Morphology (Department of Mathematics and Systems) at MINES ParisTech.

On this site I summarise my research work in the areas of Multivariate Image Processing (colour, hyper/multi-spectral, temporal series, tensor imaging) and Mathematical Morphology (filtering, segmentation, shape and texture analysis, stochastic and geometric approaches), and their application to the development of theoretically-sound and high-performance algorithms and software in the fields of  Biomedicine/Biotechnology, Remote Sensing and Industrial Vision.



Last modification: January 1st, 2010