Dear blog visitor. My name is Laurent Jacques (Laurent is my firstname ;-) ).  I’m Professor in University of Louvain (UCLouvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium) and my main research interests focus on:

  • Compressed Sensing: theory, quantization, robustness and sensors.
  • Inverse problems solving by promoting union of low-dimensional subspace models (e.g., sparse or low-rank models)
  • Applied mathematics for Optics (Deflectometry), Astronomy (Radio-Interferometry) and biomedical applications (X-Ray Imaging).
  • Theoretical questions linked to new design of sensors (e.g., cameras, optical sensors, tomography, hyper-spectral sensors).
  • Representation of data living on “non-conventional” spaces (e.g., sphere, manifolds, or graphs).

This blog collects some of my recent readings or ideas in these topics.  Don’t hesitate to comment any of my posts!

Laurent Jacques
Laurent Jacques
FNRS Senior Research Associate and Professor