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A. , He is currently working toward the PhD degree in the LIRMM laboratory of Montpellier. His research interests are localization for vision purpose. Johanna PASQUET received her PhD in 2016 from the University of Montpellier, France on the search of the baryonic dark matter in our Galaxy. She is currently working toward a postdoc in the CPPM laboratory of Marseille on a deep learning approach to observational cosmology with Supernovae. Her research interests are classification with Deep Learning, photometric redshifts and supernovae cosmology, BRUNEL received his Master's degree in Computer Science in 2018 from the University of

, Her research interests include Virtual and Augmented reality, Visualization and Interaction. Frédéric COMBY received his M.Sc. degree in automatic and microelectronic systems in 1998, and the PhD degree in automatic and signal processing in 2001 from the University of, He joined the ICAR Team (image and interaction), in the LIRMM (Laboratory of Informatics, Robotics, and Microelectronics of Montpellier) as Assistant Professor in 2003. His current research topics include image processing, vision and multimedia security, 2006.

, He received his PhD in particle physics in 1993 from Aix Marseilles University. His main research interests are fundamental physics and cosmology. Marc CHAUMONT is Associate Professor (HDR Hors-Classe) accredited to supervise research since, Dominique FOUCHEZ is Research Director at CPPM (Center of Particle Physics of Marseilles) CNRS, 2005.