Mohamed Daoudi

Mohamed Daoudi

Professor of Computer Science

IMT Lille Douai


Mohamed Daoudi is a professor of Computer Science at IMT Lille Douai and a leader of Image group at CRIStAL (UMR CNRS 9189). His research interests include pattern recognition and computer vision and he is the author of over 150 scientific publications that have appeared in in the most distinguished international journals and conference proceedings and he is the editor of several books including “3D Face Modeling, Analysis and Recognition” Wiley 2013 and “3D Object Processing: Compression, Indexing and Watermarking” Wiley 2008. He is a Senior Member of IEEE and a Fellow of IAPR. He is Associate editor of Image, Vision and Computing Journal (since 2016), IEEE Transactions On Multimedia (since 2018) and Journal Of Imaging (since 2018). He has been Guest Editor of several Special Issues on 3D Humans Analysis and Recognition, face and gesture recognition, and manifolds for computer vision on some of the most prestigious scientific journals. He has also been a member of the Scientific Program Committee of many international conferences in the fields of computer vision and artificial intelligence. He has been General Chair of the 14th IEEE International Conference on Automatic Face and Gesture Recognition, IEEE FG 2019, and of the International Conference on Intelligent Systems and Computer Vision 2017, ISCV 2017 and of several other international workshops.

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  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Computer Vision
  • Geometry and Shape Analysis


  • PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering, 1993

    The University of Lille (France)

  • MEng in Electrical and Computer Engineering, 1989

    The University of Lille (France)

  • BSc in Computer Science, 1988

    The University of Lille (France)


I am teaching the following courses at IMT Lille Douai:

  • Deep Learning and computer vision (IMT Lille Douai and University of Lille).
  • Data Structures in C and Java Languages.
  • Stochastic process and queue theory.

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