We are a group composed of researchers coming from three different laboratories (LPG, INRIA, and GIPSA-Lab) who are unified around this project. The Laboratoire de Planétologie de Grenoble is in charge of it. We have complementary skills that span the entire spectrum of hyperspectral imaging – mathematical and physical modeling, statistical image processing, and visualization - and its application to Planetary Science. We collaborate with researchers of the Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur and ULP-ENSPS-LSIIT who develop similar methods for the analysis of hyperspectral or multi-modal deep sky images. We also have strong links with the team that operates the OMEGA imaging spectrometer (Mars Express/ESA) at IAS Orsay. Together we validate methods on test images (OMEGA and CRISM/MRO/NASA). The scientific interest of the project resides in the algorithmic developments of original methods but also their application in a multidisciplinary research environment. The major impact of our project will be the better exploitation of collections of astrophysical hyperspectral images. In particular, the OMEGA and CRISM large data collections are prime databases of interest in the framework of the project. We expect that our methods will enhance the work of astrophysicists and that they will contribute to solving key scientific issues.

Laboratoire de Planétologie de Grenoble (CNRS - UJF )

- S. Douté

- L. Mercier

- B. Schmitt

- E. Quirico

Mistis, INRIA Rhône-Alpes, LJK

- C. Bernard-Michel

- M. Fauvel

- F. Forbes

- L. Gardes

- S. Girard


- J. Chanussot

- C. Jutten

- B. Luo

External collaborators

- E. Slezak (Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur, Nice) link

- C. Collet, A. Jalobeanu (PASEO, Strasbourg) link

- Equipe PI OMEGA/Mars Express (IAS, Orsay) link

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