Jean Provost was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and began his studies at the École Polytechnique de Montréal toward the engineering physics degree. In 2004, he joined a double-diploma exchange program with École Centrale de Paris, where he studied from 2004 to 2006. In parallel, he completed a B.S. and began a M.S. in fundamental physics at the Paris XI University (Université de Paris Sud; Paris, France).
In 2006, he returned to Montreal and completed an M.S. thesis in biomedical engineering. He worked on compressed sensing applied to photo-acoustic imaging and on continuous stimulation for intrinsic optical imaging of the visual cortex.
In September 2007, he enrolled in the Ph.D. program at Columbia University. His main research interest is ultrasound imaging of cardiac electrical activity. He obtained his Ph.D. in 2012 and has continued to work in the UEIL as a postdoctoral research scientist.
To obtain a bibliography of all of Dr. Provost's publications, click here to download the complete list (in BibTeX format).
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