O.Aubreton; "Research Activities of 3DVision...", April 15, 13:40,G032
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Research Activities of 3DVision Group/LE2I Laboratory



Olivier Aubreton


University of Bourgogne, France





Dr. Aubreton will present his laboratory and talk about their research interests. The LE2I laboratory, Laboratory of Electronics, Computer Science and Image, is associated with the department STIC of the CNRS since January 2001. It is composed of 80 Professors, assistant professors, Inginers technical and administrative collaborators, on four geographical sites ( Dijon, Chalon sur Saone, Auxerre and Le Creusot). 

The main research topic of the Vision 3D team in Le Creusot is machine vision and applications in 3D domain. 3D scanning of complex objects (specular, transparent surfaces), omni-directional vision and 3D reconstruction, development of system for automatic 3D scanning of objects, nD image processing are the four main activity of this team.  Vision 3D team has also developed a structure of engineering, which is called Plateform 3D, which is dedicated to transfer the technologies developed in Le2i to the industry. 

All of the members of the Vision 3D team are implicated in several pedagogic project’s in university of Bourgogne. One of the main example is the International Master of Vision and Robotics (VIBOT) : www.vibot.org


Short Bio:


Olivier Aubreton was born in Vichy on August 31, 1973. He obtained the agregation examination in June 2000 and received the D.E.A. degree (equivalent to a master degree) in image processing in June 2001. Since September 2005 he is an assistant professor at Laboratory LE2I (Vision 3D team) in the IUT of Le Creusot in Burgundy.

During his Ph.D., his research interests included the design, development implementation, and testing of silicon retinas for pattern matching and pattern recognition. He is working today on two subjects: the development of new solutions for 3D reconstruction of problematic surfaces (specular and transparent objects) and the development of 3D processing approaches for salient points detection on 3D meshes.


April 15, 2009, Wednesday,  13:40pm, FENS G032