Équipe CSTB - Systèmes Complexes, Bioinformatique Translationnelle

Pierre Willaume

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1 Research

My work as a Ph.D. student in image processing is to model and to recognize 3D shapes by using graph matching approach.
The aim is to retrieve the 3D position and the orientation of an object from a set of objects placed randomly in a bin.

2 Communications

Paper poster, ICPRS conference (Optimisation of Pick and Place System by Evolutionary Algorithm to Facilitate its Implementation and its Use) (2017)
Paper poster, MVA conference (Skeletonization and 3D Graph Approach for Thin Objects Recognition in Pick and Place Tasks) (2017)
Paper presentation, SSCI conference (The Graph Matching Optimization Methodology for Thin Object Recognition in Pick and Place Tasks) (2016)
PhD workshop, SSCI conference (The Graph Matching Optimization Methodology for Thin Object Recognition in Pick and Place Tasks) (2016)
Project presentation at techday Hager (2016)
Poster presentation at the MSII (2015)

3 Projects

I am working on image processing with Aline Deruyver and Pierre Parrend.
I am conducting an experiment to retrieve the 3D position of thin objects disposed randomly in a bin by using graph approach.
To optimize the processing time, I use evolutionary algorithms based on musical improvisation (Harmony Search).

4 Teaching

C language teacher at Strasbourg University (2015)

5 Professional experience

Engineer at Hager Obernai

6 Publication

WILLAUME, P., PARREND, P., GANCEL, E., & DERUYVER, A. Optimisation of Pick and Place System by Evolutionary Algorithm to Facilitate its Implementation and its Use. In International Conference on Pattern Recognition Systems.
WILLAUME, P., PARREND, P., GANCEL, E., & DERUYVER, A. Skeletonization and 3D Graph Approach for Thin Objects Recognition in Pick and Place Tasks. In Machine Vision and its Applications.
WILLAUME, P., PARREND, P., GANCEL, E., & DERUYVER, A. The Graph Matching Optimization Methodology for Thin Object Recognition in Pick and Place Tasks. In Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Feature Analysis, Selection, and Learning in Image and Pattern Recognition.

7 Contact

Pierre WILLAUME, PhD student
pierre.willaume@etu.unistra.fr
CSTB ICube UMR7357
Faculté de Médecine
Building 3 – 5 floor
11, rue Humann, F-67085 Strasbourg