EURECOM is a A small but dynamic graduate school and research center in communications systems created in 1991 in Sophia Antipolis, Europe's leading international science park. Institut.One of the key success factors of EURECOM's project was to understand the importance of the international dimension, particularly in its area of expertise, telecommunications. The legal structure chosen by EURECOM reinforces this international facet of the school by bringing together academic partners and industrial partners from around the world (Aalto University (Helsinki), Politecnico di Torino, Ecoles Polytechniques of Lausanne and Zurich, Technische Universität München, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Swisscom, CISCO Systems, BMW Group
The Multimedia Image processing Group (MIG) is a research group belonging to the Multimedia Department of the Eurecom Institute. The group consists of 11 members: 1 Professor, Prof. Jean-Luc Dugelay, 7 PhD students and 2 undergraduated students.The research interets of MIG focus in the domain of multimedia image processing, in particular activities in security (watermarking and biometrics) and facial image processing. The Multimedia Image processing Group is/was involved in several national (ANR MISTRAL, FAR 3D, BIOBIMO, VIDEO ID) and European projects (SIMILAR, ECRYPT, ACTIBIO, VIDEO SENSE, TABULA RASA) related to multimedia signal processing for security, safety and forensic.The group also contributed to the first handbook on digital watermarking, the second version of the benchmark Stirmark and participated with success to the BOWS context.