Julie Delon, Professeure CNU 26

MAP5 (UMR CNRS 8145)

UFR Mathématiques-Informatique, Université Paris Cité
45, rue des Saints Pères, 75270 Paris Cedex 06, FRANCE
Tel: +33 (0)1 76 53 03 84
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ICMS Imaging inverse problems and generating models: sparsity and robustness versus expressivity will take place in Edinburgh (8-10 April 2024)

Research interests

Optimal transport, image processing, inverse problems, stochastic models for image restoration and editing.

How to retard science?

« You could set up a foundation with an annual endowment of thirty million dollars. Research workers in need of funds could apply for grants, if they could make a convincing case. Have ten committees, each composed of twelve scientists, appointed to pass on these applications. Take the most active scientists out of the laboratory and make them members of these committees. …First of all, the best scientists would be removed from their laboratories and kept busy on committees passing on applications for funds. Secondly the scientific workers in need of funds would concentrate on problems which were considered promising and were pretty certain to lead to publishable results. …By going after the obvious, pretty soon science would dry out. Science would become something like a parlor game. …There would be fashions. Those who followed the fashions would get grants. Those who wouldn’t would not. »

Leó Szilárd, The Mark Gable Foundation, (in The Voice of the Dolphins and Other Stories), 1961.