Resume

Jean-Marie LE YAOUANC
Patent Engineer

Patent Engineer with a demonstrated history of working in the business supplies and equipment industry. Skilled in Computer Science and Information and Communications Technology.

Experience
Cabinet Beau de Loménie, Paris area, France
Patent EngineerApril 2021 – Present
Canon Research Centre France, Rennes area, France
Patent EngineerOct. 2014 – March 2021
Oberthur Technologies, Paris area, France
Patent EngineerMay 2012 – Sep. 2014
Atomic Energy and Alternative Energies Commission (CEA), Paris area, France
Research EngineerNov 2010 – May 2012
French Naval Academy, Brest area, France.
Assistant lecturer – PhD. student2006 – 2010
Education Highlights
University of Strasbourg
Accelerated tuition in Patents - CEIPI2014–2015
University of Brest, France
PhD. study in Computer Science – Geomatics2006–2010

With first class honors

Télécom-Bretagne, University of Brest, France
Post-graduate degree in Computer Science2006

Specialization : models and methods for smart systems, with honors

Interests

Rowing

Publications

PhD dissertation

J.-M. Le Yaouanc, Formalisation de la description d’un environnement naturel. Application à la géo-localisation d’un individu, PhD. Thesis, 155 pages, Université de Bretagne Occidentale, Octobre 2010. (pdfslides)

Journals

J.-M. Le Yaouanc, E. Saux, C. Claramunt. A Semantic and Language-based Representation of an Environmental Scene, GeoInformatica, Volume 14, Issue 3 (2010), Pages 333–352. 5-year journal Impact Factor: 1.132 (2015, Journal Citation Reports®, Thomson Reuters). (pdf – The original publication is available at SpringerBibtex)

Proceedings

J.-P Poli ; L. Boudet ; J.-M. Le Yaouanc. Online Spatio-Temporal Fuzzy Relations, In 2018 IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems (FUZZ-IEEE) (The original publication is available at IEEE Xplore)

J.-M. Le Yaouanc, J.-P Poli. A Fuzzy Spatio-Temporal-based Approach for Activity Recognition. In Silvana Castano et al. (Eds.), ER Workshops 2012, volume 7518 of LNCS, pages 314–324. Springer Heidelberg, 2012. (pdf – The original publication is available at SpringerBibtex)

J.-M. Le Yaouanc, E. Saux, C. Claramunt. A visibility and spatial constraint-based approach for geopositioning, S.I. Fabrikant et al. (Eds.), GIScience 2010, LNCS 6292, pp. 145–159. Springer Heidelberg, 2010. (pdf – The original publication is available at SpringerBibtex)

J.-M. Le Yaouanc, E. Saux, C. Claramunt. A salience-based approach for the modeling of landscape descriptions, In D. Agrawal, W. G. Aref, C.-T. Lu, and O. Wolfson, editors, Proceedings of the 17th ACM SIGSPATIAL International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems, pages 396–399. ACM Press, 2009. (pdfACM portal linkBibtex)

J.-M. Le Yaouanc, E. Saux, C. Claramunt. A semantic and language-based model of landscape scenes. In M.P. Il-Yeol Song, editor, ER 2008 Workshops, volume 5232 of LNCS, pages 334–343. Springer Heidelberg, 2008. (pdf – The original publication is available at SpringerBibtex)

Communications

J.-M. Le Yaouanc, R. De Aldama et M. Depecker, Logique et Systèmes Experts Flous : Comment aider les secours à gérer une crise ?, Plateforme AFIA 2011, Chambéry, 18-20 Mai 2011 (pdf)

J.-M. Le Yaouanc, From a verbal description to a conceptual model of an environmental scene, Collaborative Interdisciplinary Specialized Workshop on Spatial Behaviour and Linguistic Representation, Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg, Institute for Advanced Study (HWK) – April 23-24, 2010

E. Saux and J.-M. Le Yaouanc, Quantitative and qualitative views of an environmental scene for georeferencing applications, 5th Annual Seminar on Spatial Information Science and Technology, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University – December 2009

J.-M. Le Yaouanc, Tell me what you see, I will tell you where you are, Doctoral colloquium of COSIT’09, France – September 2009

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