Olivier Lézoray is Professor of Computer Science at the University of Caen
in the Multimedia and Internet Department
Cherbourg Institute of Technology
. He is also a researcher in the Image team
of the GREYC
6072 research laboratory.
He received a Master (1995, with honours), a Ph.D (2000, with highest honours), and an Habilitation thesis (2007)
in Computer Science from the University of Caen, France. From 1999 to 2000, he was an Assistant Professor with the Computer
Science Department of the University of Caen. In 2000, he joined the Cherbourg Institute of Technology as an Associate Professor of Computer Science in the Communication Networks and Services Department
and was director of graduate studies (2000-2009).
Since 2008, he is Chair of the Cherbourg Institute of Technology Research Committee. In 2010, he became a full professor at the Cherbourg Institute of Technology in the Multimedia and Internet (MMI) Department.
He is the head of the MMI Department since 2015.
His research interest are in graph-based signal processing, adaptive and multidimensional mathematical morphology, and machine learning. Applications of his work include
digital pathology, computational photography, and computer vision.