Name : Nicolas MoŽnne-Loccoz
Nicolas MoŽnne-Loccoz received the BA degree in computer science from Joseph† Fourier University of Grenoble in 1999. He received the MS degree in computer science from Nice-Sophia-Antipolis University in 2001.† He received the PhD degree from University of Geneva in 2005.† From 2005 to 2007 he was extending his research on video event characterization as a post-doctoral in the Viper team at the University of Geneva. In 2007 he joined the biometric research unit of Sagem Sťcuritť where he works on several topics to improve face-based identity management solutions such as face detection, tracking and recognition.
MoŽnne-Loccoz, N., Janvier, B., Marchand-Maillet, S., & Bruno, E. (2006). Handling Temporal Heterogeneous Data for Content-Based Management of Large Video Collections. Multimedia Tools and Applications, 31, 309-325.
MoŽnne-Loccoz, N., Bruno, E., & Marchand-Maillet, S. (2004). Knowledge-based Detection of Events in Video Streams from Salient Regions of Activities. Pattern Analysis and Applications (PAA), special issue Video Event Mining, 7(4), 422-429.
Title of Project : Capturing identities without interaction† :† ďFace on the flyĒ