Pr Jenny Benois-Pineau

Jenny Benois-Pineau is a full professor of Computer science at the University Bordeaux and chair of Video Analysis and Indexing research group in Image and Sound Department of LABRI UMR 58000 Université Bordeaux/CNRS/IPB-ENSEIRB. She has been a deputy scientific director of theme B of French national research unity GDR CNRS ISIS (2008 - 2015), and is now a chair od international relations at College of Sciences and Technologies at University Bordeaux.
She obtained her PhD degree in Signals and Systems in Moscou and her Habilitation à Diriger la Recherche in Computer Science and Image Processing from University of Nantes France.
Her topics of interest include image and video analysis and indexing, motion analysis and content description for content-based multimedia retrieval.
She is the author and co-author of more than 170 papers in international journals, conference proceedings, book chapters. She has tutored an co-tutored 24 PhD students and 20 research masters.
She is associated editor of EURASIP Signal Processing:Image Communication, Elsevier, Multimedia Tools and applications, Springer, journals. She has served in numerous program committees in international conferences and workshops: ACM MM, CIVR, ICIP, ICMCE, CBMI, AMR, IPTA, SAMT, ECMCS...
She has served as expert for European Commission since FP4 and was a member of Technical Advisory group for Media programme EACEA DG Culture, CE. She was a member of Multimedia Commission of French Ministry of National Education(1198-2016) and is a member of scientific board of International Center for Mathematical Modelling at the University of Växjo, Sweden.
She has been coordinator or leading researcher in international research projects Platon, Balaton, FP6 IP XMedia, FP7 IP Dem@care, French representative in COST292 European action, national research projects ANR and numerous projects with French industrial companies.
She gave invited lectures at the universities of Sussex (GB), UPC, UAM (Spain), UNAM (Mexico), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Brooklynn Polytechnic, NJTI (USA), Firenze (Italy), Klagenfurt(Austria)... In 2016 she was nominated in the Ordre de Chevaliers des Palmes Académiques