Éric Granger

Éric Granger
Department of Automated Manufacturing Engineering
Professor Eric Granger joined the ETS in 2004, where he is presently Full Professor in the department of Automated Manufacturing Engineering. Over the past decade, his research has focused on adaptive pattern recognition, computer vision and computational intelligence, with applications in biometrics, video surveillance, and computer/network security.  Before joining ETS, he earned Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from École Polytechnique de Montréal in 2001, and worked as a Defence Scientist at DRDC-Ottawa (1999-2001), and in R&D with Mitel Networks (2001-04). His doctoral research focused on neural network signal processing and microelectronics for electronic surveillance systems.
Research Interests and Expertise: 

  • Pattern Recognition
  • Adaptive and Intelligent Systems
  • Information Fusion
  • Multiple Classifier Systems
  • Contextual Recognition
  • Online and Incremental Learning
  • Computer Vision
  • Evolutionary Computation

Application Areas:

  • Face Analysis and Recognition
  • Activity and Event Recognition
  • Biometrics
  • Monitoring and Video Surveillance

Contact info

Office: A-3481
Phone: 514 396-8650
Fax: 514 396-8595