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ENS de Lyon, Laboratoire de Physique, CNRS UMR5672

Patrice Abry (PI)
Stéphane Roux
Nelly Pustelnik
Laurent Chevillard
Roberto Leonarduzzi

Université Paris Est Créteil, LAMA, CNRS UMR8050

Stéphane Jaffard
Stéphane Seuret
Guillaume Saes

Université de Toulouse, INPT-IRIT, CNRS UMR5505

Herwig Wendt
Jean-Yves Tourneret
Nicolas Dobigeon
Thomas Oberlin

CEA, NeuroSpin

Philippe Ciuciu
Virginie Van Wassenhove
Alexandre Vignaud
Leila Azizi
Daria La Rocca

Foreign collaborators, experts and steering committee

Three world renowned experts have granted their complementary expertises to the MultiFracs consortium and will also act as a steering committee, keeping high the objectives of MultiFracs.

  • Gustavo Didier (Associate Professor, Tulane University, New Orleans, USA) is one of the authors of the founding articles in multivariate self-similar stochastic processes. He will contribute to the mathematical developments establishing the asymptotic properties of estimators for multivariate self-similarity, notably in the context of large dimensionality.

  • Stephen McLaughlin (Professor, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, UK) has is an expert in multicomponent (multitemporal, multimodal) and nonlinear signal processing and reconstruction and will contribute to the development of temporal and spatial segmentation methodologies in a scale-free context.

  • Jean-Marc Lina (Professor, E.T.S., Centre de Recherches Mathématiques and Hopital du Sacré-Coeur, Montreal, Canada) transferred his background in theoretical physics and pioneering work in wavelet analysis into a long practice in M/EEG data analysis for clinical neurosciences (epilepsy and sleep disorder in Humans and animal models) and envisages the transfer of the tools developped in MultiFracs to neurologic diseases.