Dr Noémie Debroux

Career

  • 04/2018-today: Research Associate, University of Cambridge, UK.
  • 11/2015-03/2018: Ph.D. student, National Institute of Applied Sciences of Rouen, France.

Research

Noémie is a member of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics as part of Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information and of the National Physical Laboratory. Her current research interests are image processing problems and joint variational models.

Selected Publications

  • N. Debroux, C. Le Guyader, A joint segmentation/registration model based on a nonlocal characterization of weighted total variation and nonlocal shape descriptors, accepted for publication in SIIMS, 2018.
  • N. Debroux, C. Le Guyader, S. Ozeré, A Non-Local Topology-Preserving Segmentation Guided Registration Model, Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision , 59, Issue 3, pp 432–455, 2017.
  • N. Debroux, C. Le Guyader, L. A. Vese, A second order free discontinuity model for bituminous surfacing crack recovery and analysis of a nonlocal version of it, accepted for publication in Annals of Mathematical Sciences and Applications, special issue in honor of Professor David Mumford, 2017.