2021 - present | CENTURI group leader
2014 - 2020 | Human Frontier Postdoctoral fellowship, Unsupervised discovery of intracellular processes through quantitative 3D microscopy - UT Southwestern Medical Center
2010 - 2014 | PhD Lifetime estimation of moving vesicles in frequency-domain fluorescence lifetime imaging - Inria Rennes
2008 - 2010 | Master’s degree in Computer Science - INSA de Lyon
Luminy campus, Marseille (France)
About his research
The bioimage mining group led by P. Roudot develops new computational methods for the automated discovery of molecular processes in terascale movies of complex living systems. Our strategy focuses on the prediction of heterogenous motion models across scale to detect the unknown dynamics that governs cellular function and pathologies. Embedded in the interdisciplinary network of CENTURI, we design robust algorithms that integrates with experiments that are optically, biochemically and computationally optimized.