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chetouani Mohamed
Titre : Professeur
Adresse : 4 place Jussieu, CC 173, 75252 Paris cedex 05
Téléphone : +33 (0) 1 44 27 63 08
Email : chetouani(at)isir.upmc.fr
Equipe : INTERACTION (INTERACTION)

Bio

  • 2001-2004          PhD in signal processing, funded by the Ministry, Université of Pierre et Marie Curie,

Neural predictive coding for speech feature extraction 

  • 2001-2004          Temporary assistant 64h/year  (moniteur) Université Paris-Est Créteil Val de Marne (ex-Paris 12)

Signal processing, electronics, control 

  • 2004-2005          Temporary assistant 192h/year  (ATER) Université Pierre et Marie Curie

Signal processing, pattern recognition, machine learning

  • April/May 2005   Invited researcher  University of Stirling (Scotland)

Department of Computing Science & Mathematics (Prof. Amir Hussain),

Faculty Research Grant 2005.

  • July 2005             Invited researcher  Polytechnic University of Mataro (Barcelona), 

Signal Processing Group (Prof. Marcos Faundez-Zanuy) 

European COST 277 (Non-linear Spech Processing)

  • Sep 2005- Dec 2006  Associate Professor LISIF, Université Pierre et Marie Curie

Non-linear speech processing, Neural networks

  • Jan 2006- Dec 2013  Associate Professor ISIR (CNRS), Université Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC)

Social signal processing, social robotics

  • Dec 2011         Accreditation to supervise research in Social Signal Processing and Personal Robotics
  • 2012- 2015      Director of Studies Bachelors in Electronics, Université Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC)
  • Since 2008     Adjunct Professor at the Speech Therapist Department

 Faculty of Medicine, UPMC 

  • Since 2013     Full Professor in Signal Processing and Machine Learning for Human-Machine Interactions,

Institut des Systèmes Intelligents et de Robotique (CNRS UMR 7222)

  • Since 2014     Deputy Director of the Laboratory of Excellence 

SMART Human/Machine/Human Interactions in the Digital Society