Dr. Patrick  FLANDRIN

Dr. Patrick FLANDRIN

Vice-President, The French Academy of Sciences (Ads), France
“Big Data”, from science to society Session 1 - 30th October 13:30-15:00

Patrick Flandrin obtained his PhD from INP Grenoble, France, in 1982.

He is currently a CNRS senior scientist, working within the Physics Department of ENS de Lyon since 1991. His research interests include mainly nonstationary signal processing, time-frequency/wavelet methods, scaling stochastic processes and complex systems.

Dr. Flandrin was awarded the Philip Morris Scientific Prize in Mathematics (1991), the SPIE Wavelet Pioneer Award (2001), the Prix Michel Monpetit from the French Academy of Sciences (2001), the Silver Medal from CNRS (2010), and the Technical Achievement Award from the IEEE Signal Processing Society (2017). He is a Fellow of the IEEE (2002) and of EURASIP (2009). Elected member of the French Academy of Sciences in 2010, he is currently its Vice-president.

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