Anne-Flore Perrin received her Bachelor Degree after two-year highly selective classes, specialized in mathematics and physics, to prepare national competitive entrance exams to French Engineer Shools. She received her M.Sc. degree in Computer Science, with specialization in Image Processing and Computer Graphics, from the Engineering School of Rennes (ESIR), University of Rennes 1, Rennes, France, in 2014. Her master thesis she was under the supervision of Pierrick Phillipe in Orange Labs, Rennes, France, on the improvement of the intra-coding of HEVC using adaptive incomplete transforms to compete the DST and DCT. She joined in December 2014 the Multimedia Signal Processing Group (MMSPG),which is led by Professor Touradj Ebrahimi, at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland. She took part in several projects as the creation of a multimodal dataset for the assessment of the Sense of Presence in immersive multimedia and a JPEG2000 to HEVC transcoder for the TOFuTV project. Since July 2015 she is doctoral assistant in the MMSPG, at the EPFL. She is a part of the European QoE-Net project as an ESR working on the study of the mechanisms of Quality of Experience (QoE)-oriented coding in 3D TV, HDR TV, with particular emphasis on the influence of environmental parameters on the QoE. Her research interests are in the fields of image and video processing and encoding to measure, improve and provide QoE in immersive multimedia technologies.