Fabrice Meriaudeau was born in Villeurbanne, France, 1971. He received his engineering degree in material science as well as a Master in physics from the University of Dijon, France, in 1994. He obtained a Ph.D. in physics in May 1997 from the same University. From June 1997 to September 1998, he was a postdoctoral fellow at The Oak Ridge National Laboratory working in the field of biosensing and near field optics. Since September 1998, he has been an Assistant Professor at the Laboratory Le2i of Image Processing in The Institut Universitaire de Technologie (IUT) at Le Creusot, France, where he is engaged in teaching and researching on quality control by artificial vision. He has authored and coauthored more than 80 papers on biosensing and image processing. He was the organizing chairman of the QCAV2001/IEEE conference dedicated to image processing applied to quality control by artificial vision held in Le Creusot in 2001, he is also a member of the scientific committee of SPIE Machine Vision Conference, held every year in San Jose, California. He is acting as a reviewer for various scientific journals: Applied Optics, Optical Engineering.
Biography Updated on 24 July 2002