Thomas Veit


Adress: IRISA / INRIA Rennes
Campus Universitaire de Beaulieu
35042 Rennes Cedex - FRANCE
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Brief Vitae

I received the engineering degree in Applied Mathematics of the National Institue of Applied Sciences of Rouen (France) in 2001. I spent the last year of this degree as an exchange student at McGill University, Montreal (Canada). In 2002, I obtained a DEA in Statistics at Pierre and Marie Curie University, Paris VI. From october 2002 to december 2005, I worked as a PhD student with the Vista research project at the Irisa/Inria in Rennes (France). This work was supervised by Patrick Bouthemy and Frédéric Cao. Since January 2006, I am working as a post-doc at IRCCyN in Nantes (France) with the ADTSI team together with Jérôme Idier.

Research Topics

Recent Publications

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Academic Journals

  1. T. Veit, F. Cao, P. Bouthemy. An a contrario decision framework for region-based motion detection. International Journal on Computer Vision, 2005. (To appear) details

Book Chapters

  1. F. Cao, T. Veit, P. Bouthemy. Image comparison and motion detection by a contrario methods. In Computational Vision in Neural and Machine Systems, Laurence Harris, Michael Jenkin (eds.), Cambridge University Press, 2005. details

International Conferences

  1. T. Veit, F. Cao, P. Bouthemy. A maximality principle applied to a contrario motion detection. In Proc Int. Conf. on Image Processing (ICIP'05), Genova, Italy, September 2005. details
  2. T. Veit, F. Cao, P. Bouthemy. Probabilistic parameter-free motion detection. In Conf. Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, CVPR'04, Washington, DC, June 2004. details

Research Reports

  1. T. Veit, F. Cao, P. Bouthemy. An a contrario framework for motion detection. Research Report INRIA, No 5313, 2004. details


  1. T. Veit. Détection et analyse du mouvement dans des séquences d'images selon une approche probabiliste a contrario. PhD Thesis Université de Rennes 1, Mention Traitement du Signal et des Télécommunications, December 2005. details
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