Steeve
ZOZOR - DR2 CNRS, HDR
   
          GIPSA-Lab, Département Image et Signal
          Rue de la Houille Blanche
          B.P. 46
          38402 SAINT MARTIN D'HERES Cedex
          FRANCE
          Phone: +33 4 76 82 71 04      Fax: +33 4 76 57 47 90
          steeve.zozor AT gipsa-lab.grenoble-inp.fr
 



I was born in 1972 in Colmar, France. I received the Electrical Engineering degree from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Ingénieurs Electriciens de Grenoble (ENSIEG; electrical engineering school), Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble (INPG),  France, in 1995. I received the DEA degree and the Doctor degree in signal processing in 1995 and in 1999 respectively, both from the INPG. Since June 2012, I am HDR (habilité à diriger des recherches, i.e. habilitation to advise researchers) from the Grenoble INP.

Since October 2001, I am permanent researcher (currently Directeur de recherche, since 2017) with the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) and I am working in the Grenoble institute of Images sPeech Signal and Automatic Laboratory (GIPSA-Lab, CNRS-UMR 5216), in the Department of Images and Signals (DIS), and the Communication and Information in Complex Systems team (CICS), Grenoble, France. I am currently (since january 2015) at the head of the CICS team.

In 2001, I spent several months (march-october) at the Signal Processing Laboratory (LTS) of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland in the Lausanne Heart team.
From october 2012 to november 2013, I was at the Instituto de Física de La Plata, CONICET y Universidad Nacional de La Plata, La Plata, Provincia de Buenos-Aires, Argentina, thanks to a local grant from the Région Rhône-Alpes (AGIR).

I am currently associate editor for IEEE Signal Processing Letters.


My research interests include stochastic resonance (theory, application in signal processing...), nonlinear physics and signal processing tools (e.g. entropic inequalities, entropic uncertainty relations, elliptically invariant random vectors), order statistics and biomedical signal processing (organization measure for spatiotemporal signal such as entropy or complexity), Magnetic Anomaly Detection, Geometric approaches for communication purposes (intereferrence modeling, k-covering problems...).

I took part in the ANR projects "Neurofet", and "GAZE-EEG", in a cooperation project between the CNRS and the CONICET (Argentina) on information theory and quantum physics

I took & take part in contracts between the french army delegation (DGA, DCNS) and the G2eLab, with the company OrangeLabs and with the compagny Thalès.

I took part to a young research project of the GDR ISIS (working group) of the CNRS: "Analyse non-stationnaire et non-linéaire de signaux électriques cardiaques"

I regularly serve as a referee to various journal (Signal Processing, IEEE trans. on signal Processing, Applied Signal Processing, IEEE trans. on Biomedical Engineering, Fluctuation and Noise Letters, Traitement du Signal...)

I took part in the organizing comitee of the summer school Physics-signal-Physics: "On the link between nonlinear physics and information sciences, "physics-signal-physics".



Curriculum Vitae    -      Research activities     -    Teaching & advising (PhD...)       -     Publications      -     Hobbies


Some colleagues/collaborators:

- Pierre-Olivier Amblard (GIPSA-Lab, university of Grenoble)
- Olivier Michel (GIPSA-Lab, University of Grenoble)
- Jean-Marc Brossier (GIPSA-Lab, University of Grenoble)
- Christine Servière (GIPSA-Lab, university of Grenoble)
 
- Christophe Vignat (LSS, supélec & University of Orsay)
- Jean-François Bercher (université Paris-Est / ESIEE)

 
- Mariela Portesi (Instituto de Física La Plata, Argentina)

- Martín Bosyk (Instituto de Física La Plata, Argentina)

- Federico Holik (Instituto de Física La Plata, Argentina)

- Pedro Walter Lamberti (universidad de Córdoba, Argentina)
 
- Pablo Sanchez-Moreno (Universidad de Granada, España)
- Jesus S. Dehesa (Universidad de Granada, España)

- Irene
Valero-Toranzo (Universidad de Granada, España)
 
- Laure-Line Rouve (G2eLab
, university of Grenoble)
- Gilles Cauffet (G2eLab
, university of Grenoble)
- Jean-Louis Coulomb (G2eLab
, university of Grenoble)
- Hugues Henocq (GESMA)

 
- François Chapeau-Blondeau (LISA, University of Angers)
- David Rousseau (LISA, University of Angers)
- Adi Bulsara (SPAWAR Center System, San Diego, CA, USA)
 
- Max-Olivier Hongler (LPM, EPF Lausanne)
- Yuri Lopes de Meneses (ex. LPM, EPF Lausanne)
- Jean-Marc Vesin (LTS, EPF Lausanne)
 
-  Patrick Flandrin (ENS Lyon)
 
- Philippe Ravier (LESI, University of Orléans)
- Olivier Buttelli (LPM, University of Orléans)
 
- David Alleysson (LPNC, University Pierre Mendes France of Grenoble)
- Alan Chauvin (LPNC, University Pierre Mendes France of Grenoble)
- Halim Hicheur (LPNC, University Pierre Mendes France of Grenoble)

Some web pages of signal processing labs:

- GIPSA-lab,Grenoble
- Institut Gapsard Monge, "Signal and Communication" Team
- ENS-Lyon, Lab. of Physics, signal processing team  (signals, systems and physics) 
- LISA, University of Angers
- SPAWAR System Center (San Diego, California, USA)
- LTS (Signal Processing Lab. of the EPFL)
- Lausanne Heart Group
- LESI, University of Orléans

 

Some interesting links (in my point of view...)

- To know more about Stochastic Resonance: here or here
- french-swiss group of interest on noise in nonlinear systems
- Webvision: about the retina
- IEEE
- Elsevier journals (signal processing...)
- American Physical Society (Phys. Rev., etc.)
- American Institute of Physics (Chaos, Applied Physics Letters, etc.)
- Institute Of Physics (others journal of physics)
- Kluwer journals   OR   Kluwer academic publisher

Last modification: August 2016