- LIRIS monthly seminars
(from Dec 02, 2014 10:30 AM to Dec 02, 2014 12:00 PM)
Mathieu Daquin, Knowledge Media institute, Open University in Milton Keynes, UK(from May 13, 2014 10:30 AM to May 13, 2014 12:00 PM)
Julien Tierny, Chercheur CNRS, LTCI - Telecom ParisTech
- LIRIS News
LIRIS co-invented TUBÀ which was inaugurated on 27 November 2014
Organized by the AFPy association, the annual PyconFR conference has been successfully held in Lyon from october 25th to october 28th 2014.
On October 5th 2014, a group of researchers met Place Bellecour in Lyon for a 10hm or half-marathon race in downtown Lyon. All personal objectives were achieved in a good mood as usual.
Manel Charfi, a PhD student at the beginning of her 2nd year at LIRIS (thesis funded by the Rhone-Alpes region ARC6) received the award for the best contribution in the "junior researchers" session at the 30th anniversary of the national conference BDA 2014.
Hassan Aït-Kaci selected by the Programme Avenir Lyon Saint-Etienne for his project LivEMUSIC : Living-Environment Monitoring Use Scenario with Intelligent Control.
Baptiste Monterrat has won the Martial Vivet award at the Young Researchers in TEL meeting (RJC EIAH 2014)
The paper entitled "Motivating learners from adaptive ramification » of Baptiste Monterrat received the Martial Vivet award during the fifth Young Researchers in TEL meeting (RJC EIAH 2014), La Rochelle, 16-17 June 2014. Baptiste is a PhD student in the Silex team (supervised by Élise Lavoué and Sébastien George) a nd in the WOONOZcompany (Cifre funding). This prize was awarded by a multidisciplinary jury according to the following criteria: contribution (in terms of knowledge) for the domain, scientific approach, multidisciplinary, quality and presentation of the article.
The LIRIS laboratory (team « Imagine ») has won the first prize of the 2014 ChaLearn Challenge "Looking at People: Gesture Recognition », which has been organized in conjunction with the international conference ECCV 2014 (track 3).
- Director's foreword
It is important to begin these few lines by introducing ourselves. We’re all members of the LIRIS research center with different functions: Professors, Assistant Professors, Researchers, administrative and technical staff, Ph.D. students, post-doctoral students, contract employees and trainees.