Nicolas Riviere is a senior research scientist at ONERA, The French Aerospace Lab in the Department of Optics and Associated Techniques (DOTA). He received his PhD degree in 2006 and does researches in the field of light scattering and laser imagery. His research interests cover advanced vision in low visibility thanks to 3D laser imaging techniques such as high resolution 3D-LiDAR and telemetric systems embedded on mobile vehicles (eg. drones or planes).
2D and 3D flash laser imaging for long-range surveillance in maritime border security: detection and identification for counter UAS applications
Comparison of simulated and experimental 3D laser images using a GmAPD array: application to long range detection
Performance assessment of simulated 3D laser images using Geiger-mode avalanche photo-diode: tests on simple synthetic scenarios
Active imaging models and systems to see through adverse conditions: application to the surveillance of an aircraft environment
In-line control and characterization of nanomaterials synthesis from hyperspectral polarimetric light scattering: an experimental method
Active imaging systems to perform the strategic surveillance of an aircraft environment in bad weather conditions
Modeling of an active burst illumination imaging system: comparison between experimental and modelled 3D scene