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GEOSTAT Research team

Geometry and Statistics in acquisition data

Team presentation

GeoStat projecting makes fundamental and applied research on new non linear methods for the analysis of complex signals and systems, using paradigms and tools coming from statistical physics.

Research themes

GeoStat's research thematics are centered on the following theoretical developments :

  • Multiscale methods developped in Physics for the analysis of complex systems,
  • Predictibility in complex systems,
  • Multiresolution analysis,
  • Analysis, classification, detection,

and the following applied objectives:

  • Analysis of complex and turbulent signals in earth observation, astronomy and remote sensing,
  • Digital implementation of adaptative optics in astronomy,
  • Analysis of biomedical signals.

International and industrial relations

GeoStat is working in close collaboration with the following teams:

  • Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Bordeaux.
  • ICM-CSIC, Department of physical oceanography, Barcelona, Spain.
  • LEGOS Laboratory, UMR CNRS 5566, Toulouse, France.
  • Laboratory of theoretical physics and condensed matter University Paris 6, CNRS UMR 7600, Paris, France.
  • IRIT, UMR CNRS 5505, Toulouse, France.

Keywords: Signal processing Non-linear methods Complex systems Turbulence Multiscale methods Scale invariance Complex signals Speech processing Adaptative optics Remote sensing Earth observ