Engineer: Computer Vision and Robotics

September 2006
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Jean-Bernard Hayet

52, boulevard Emile Laveleye
4000 LIEGE
Belgique
(+32) 4 366 26 27 (office)
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My skills
My accomplishments
My publications
Misc


My objective
A R&D scientist position in an organization that offers the opportunity to use my expertise and enthusiasm in computer vision and robotics.
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My skills
Diplomas
    2003   PhD degree in Computer Science at Paul Sabatier University, in Toulouse (France), in the RIA group of LAAS-CNRS. My supervisors were Michel Devy and Frédéric Lerasle. The thesis proposes a framework based on visual landmarks for helping the navigation of a mobile robot in indoor environments.
    1999   DEA (Master Degree) in Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition at Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI)
    1999   Engineer degree at École Nationale Supérieure de Techniques Avancées (ENSTA). Options: image processing, control and robotics
More formations
    1999-2000   Animation of SigVision , reading group in Computer Vision at LAAS;
    2000 Computer Vision and Robotics Summer School (INRIA Rhônes-Alpes);
Lenguages
  • French mother tongue
  • English fluent
  • Spanish fluent
  • Beginner in german and portuguese
Knowledge
  • UNIX environments (Solaris, Linux)
  • Programming in C, C++. Tcl/Tk, Java, HTML, PHP...
  • Computer vision
  • Image processing
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Filtering and estimation
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My accomplishments
Research
    since october 2003   Research engineer, University of Liege. The TRICTRAC project.
    feb-aug 2003   Post-doc , LAAS-CNRS, in RIA research team. Two axis:
  • Computer Vision: implementation of face detection algorithms
  • Mobile robot localization: tools to manage estimates and uncertainties of localization from different modules
  • 2001-2003   PhD Thesis, LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse
    PhD thesis supervised by Michel Devy and Frédéric Lerasle. Its aim was to develop a framework for giving to a mobile robot visual abilities in terms of landmark detection, recognition and localization for lon-range navigation in indoor environments.

    2000-2001   Internship at Beckman Institute (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) under the supervision of Prof. Seth Hutchinson. Studies for using planar visual landmarks in qualitative navigation (GVG methods).

    1999   Master thesis Visual localization of a mobile robot with visual landmarks
    1997   Internship at Dassault-Aviation assembly plant in Biarritz
Development
    2000   Vision for mobile robotics
    Development of perception functionalities for mobile robot navigation. Real-time implementation of algorithms for landmarks detection, recognition and localization.
    Platform : XR4000 DILIGENT with 2 PII processors under Linux. Odometry, laser beam, vision.
    Development in C with GenOM.

    1998   Data bases : conception and implementation of a software for managinfg questionaries (for the PSA company).
Students supervision
    2003-2005   Final year students supervising:
    • Rectification on soccer scenes.
    • Robust tracking with interest points: preliminary works as for the feasibilty and the robustness of tracking non-rigid targets with sets of interest points.
    • Robust tracking of a football in video sequences.
    • Generation of synthetic views of soccer scenes from existing video flows.
    • Data fusion techniques for multi-view tracking
    2000-2002   Internships supervising:
    • Design of an algorithm for a relaxation-based quadrangle primitive detection
    • Implementation of a strategy of non-explicit building of a Generalized Voronoi Graph with a laser sensor
Teaching
    Image processing Master University of Toulouse
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My publications
myown
[13]
J.B. Hayet, T. Mathes, J. Czyz, J. Piater, J. Verly and B. Macq. .A Modular Multi-Camera Framework for Team Sports Tracking. In Proc. of IEEE Conf. on Advanced Video and Signal-Based SurveillanceImage Processing (AVSS'05), 2005.
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[12]
J.B. Hayet, J. Piater, and J. Verly. Rapid 2D Model-to-image Registration Using Vanishing Points for Sports Video Analysis. In Proc. Int. Conf. on Image Processing (ICIP'05), 2005.
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[11]
J.B. Hayet, J. Piater, and J. Verly. Robust incremental rectification of sports video sequences. In Proc. of the British Machine Vision Conference (BMVC'04), 2004.
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[10]
L. Brèthes, P. Menezes, F. Lerasle, and J.B. Hayet. Face tracking and hand gesture recognition for human robot interaction. In Proc. Int. Conf. on Robotics and Automation (ICRA'04), 2004.
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[9]
J.B. Hayet, J. Piater, and J. Verly. Incremental rectification of sports fields in video streams with application to soccer. in Proc. of the IEEE Conf. on Advanced Concepts for Intelligent Vision Systems (ACIVS'04), 2004.
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[8]
J.B. Hayet. Contribution à la navigation d'un robot mobile sur amers visuels texturés dans un environnement structuré. PhD thesis, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse III, January 2003.
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[7]
J.B. Hayet, F. Lerasle, and M. Devy. Visual landmarks detection and recognition for mobile robot navigation. In Proc. Int. Conf. on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR'03), Madison (USA), 2003.
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[6]
J. Carbajo, F. Lerasle, M. Devy, and J.B. Hayet. Environment modeling for topological navigation using visual landmarks and range data. In Proc. Int. Conf. on Robotics and Automation (ICRA'03), Taipei (Taiwan), 2003.
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J.B. Hayet, F. Lerasle, and M. Devy. A Visual Landmark Framework for Indoor Mobile Robot Navigation. In Proc. Int. Conf. on Robotics and Automation (ICRA'02), Washington, 2002.
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[4]
J.B. Hayet, C. Esteves, M. Devy, and F. Lerasle. Qualitative environment modeling with cooperating visual and range sensors. In Proc. Int. Conf. on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS'02), Lausanne, 2002.
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[3]
P. Ranganathan, J.B. Hayet, M. Devy, and F. Lerasle. Topological navigation and qualitative localization for indoor environment using multisensory perception. Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 41(3):137-144, 2002.
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[2]
N. Arana, F. Lerasle, M. Briot, C. Lemaire, and J.B. Hayet. A smart sensor based visual landmarks detection for indoor robot navigation. In Proc. Int. Conf. on Pattern Recognition (ICPR'02), Quebec, 2002.
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V. Ayala, J.B. Hayet, F. Lerasle, and M.Devy. Visual localization of a mobile robot in indoor environments using planar landmarks. In Proc. Int. Conf. on Intelligent Robots ansd Systems (IROS'00), Tokyo, 2000.
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Misc
Leisure
  • Travels
  • Comics, movies ;
  • History, archeology ;
  • Soccer, cycling, hiking.
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Last update on 22/09/2006