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LIRIS monthly seminars

LIRIS Seminar, Tracking attention in real-time and its applications to cognitive brain machine interfaces and neurofeedback

(from Jun 28, 2017 10:00 AM to Jun 28, 2017 11:30 AM)

LIRIS Seminar, by Suliann Ben Hamed (DR CNRS) on brain machine interfaces. Title: Tracking attention in real-time and its applications to cognitive brain machine interfaces and neurofeedback Suliann Ben Hamed: http://benhamedteam.cnc.isc.cnrs.fr/fr/suliann-ben-hamed/

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Opportunities and Challenges of Visuohaptic Simulations for Conceptual Learning

(from Apr 28, 2017 02:00 PM to Apr 28, 2017 03:00 PM)

LIRIS Seminar by Pr. Alejandra Magana, associate professor at Purdue University

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LIRIS News

LIRIS Lab at InfoVis 2017

LIRIS Lab at InfoVis 2017

The article "Structuring Visualization Mock-ups at a Graphical Level by Dividing the Display Space" by Romain Vuillemot (LIRIS, Ecole Centrale de Lyon) and Jérémy Boy (United Nations, USA) was accepted at the IEEE InfoVis 2017 conference which will take place in October 2017 in Phoenix, USA.

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A LIRIS member designated Scientific Adviser for steering the Information Science and Technology research domain of Hceres

A LIRIS member designated Scientific Adviser for steering the Information Science and Technology research domain of Hceres

Since June 2017, Atilla Baskurt, Professor at INSA Lyon and a LIRIS member, has been designated Scientific Adviser for steering the Information Science and Technology research domain of Hceres (The High Council for Evaluation of Research and Higher Education)

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Third prize from the Hubert Tuor Foundation for the LIRIS/Inria Beagle team

Third prize from the Hubert Tuor Foundation for the LIRIS/Inria Beagle team

The LIRIS/Inria Beagle team, represented by Guillaume Beslon, received the third prize from the Hubert Tuor Foundation during the Innovation Academy of the international conference ICPIC (International Conference on Prevention and Infection Control) held in Geneva in June 2017

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« Villes d'hier, d'aujourd'hui et de demain en 3D » at Pop’Siences 2017

« Villes d'hier, d'aujourd'hui et de demain en 3D » at Pop’Siences 2017

The LIRIS was at PopScience to present 2 projects of the labex IMU, ALARIC and FAB-PAT, in particular in association with laboratories LIRIS and EVS, about the interest of 3D for urban cultural heritage and urban planning.

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"Interactive Mapping Specification with Exemplar Tuples" at SIGMOD 2017

"Interactive Mapping Specification with Exemplar Tuples" at SIGMOD 2017

The paper "Interactive Mapping Specification with Exemplar Tuples" from Angela Bonifati, Ugo Comignani, Emmanuel Coquery and Romuald Thion, all members of the LIRIS/BD group at University Lyon 1, was presented at SIGMOD 2017 at Chicago, IL, USA on the 15th of may.

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GEOMOD team from LIRIS at SIGGRAPH 2017

GEOMOD team from LIRIS at SIGGRAPH 2017

In the context of a collaboration between the GEOMOD team of LIRIS, the University of Grenoble, the University of Purdue (USA) and the University of Cape Town (ZAF), the paper: Authoring Landscapes by Combining Ecosystem and Terrain Erosion Simulation will be presented at SIGGRAPH 2017.

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Natalia Neverova is the winner of the thesis prize for Signal, Image and Vision of Club EEA, GRETSI and GdR ISIS

Natalia Neverova is the winner of the thesis prize for Signal, Image and Vision of Club EEA, GRETSI and GdR ISIS

Natalia Neverova is the winner of the thesis prize for Signal, Image and Vision of Club EEA, GRETSI and GdR ISIS for the year 2017 for her thesis at LIRIS and INSA-Lyon (Oct. 2012 - Apr. 2016) named "Deep Learning for Human Motion Analysis ».

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imagine Team - ICPR-HARL 2012 : "human activities recognition and localization competition" organized by LIRIS. Human activities filmed with a Kinect camera. SILEX Team - Advene, Annotate Digital Videos, Exchange on the NEt. SICAL Team - Interactive desks M2DisCo Team - Decomposition of a Digital Curve into circular arcs M2Disco Team - Learning-based 3D mesh segmentation TWEAK team - ASKER: Authoring tool for aSsessing Knowledge genErating exeRcises M2Disco Team - 3D model streaming in a Web browser TWEAK team - Sympozer, a mobile Web application to browse and mashup conference metadata from different data sources imagine Team - Non-uniform content aware zooming and retargeting TWEAK Team - Traces of autonomous agents TWEAK Team - Activity trace of a learning system. M2DisCo Team - Mean Curvature computation using digital integral invariant on a digital surface on noisy and clean digital objects SICAL Team - Mixed-reality learning game SAARA Team - Multi-modal acquisition for real time of breathing movements tracking TWEAK Team - Ambre Web: an environnement for teaching problem solving methods in primary school M2DisCo Team - Euclidean Thickness values for a smooth shape in the plane TWEAK Team - Visualisation of learners' profiles SILEX Team - NAT Braille, a universal Braille transcriber. M2DisCo Team - Curvature tensor computation on digital snow microstructure (mean and principal curvatures) imagine Team - Learning sequences of binary shapes M2DisCo Team - Gaussian curvature mapping on digital surface TWEAK Team - Interactive trace visualisation with Samotraces M2Disco Team - Perceptual quality metric for 3D meshes SAARA team - Real-time expression recognition SAARA Team - 3D Model-based multiple object video tracking for treatment room supervision

 
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Welcome to the LIRIS Website

Welcome to the LIRIS Website

The LIRIS is a joint research unit to CNRS (UMR 5205), INSA Lyon, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, Université Lumière Lyon 2 and Ecole Centrale de Lyon. Its main scientific research area is Computer Science and, more generally, Information Technologies.

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Upcoming Events

ECAL 2017 - the 14th European Conference on Artificial Life

(from Sep 04, 2017 08:30 AM to Sep 08, 2017 04:00 PM)

The LIRIS laboratory is organizing ECAL 2017, the 14th European Conference on Artificial Life (https://project.inria.fr/ecal2017/), in collaboration with the ISAL society (http://alife.org/), MIT Press and Inria. This exciting event will take place on the LyonTech Campus in Lyon, France, 4-8 September 2017. ECAL 2017 will showcase a wide range of topics in Artificial Life, bringing together world-leading researchers to discuss the latest advances in the synthesis and simulation of living systems.

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