AfterLab : Post PhD, where do I go from here?
What to do with a PhD in computer science? A round-table meeting is organised at LIRIS on Tuesday, June 29 for students nearing the end of their thesis (and all those who wish to have useful information on the post-Doc period). This meeting is an opportunity to listen to three PhDs in computer science (whose PhD took place at LIRIS) reflecting the diversity of skills acquired during the PhD for a wide range of careers.
DGtal release 1.2
DGtal is an open source C++ library for the geometry processing of digital data (geometry processing on grids). The library has been managed at LIRIS since 2010 and thanks to a special support from the LIRIS, this new release contains a brand new python binding of the library.
Fabien Baradel receives the runner-up (2nd place) PhD thesis prize given by AFRIF
A special mention (second place) was awarded to Fabien BARADEL for his thesis entitled "Structured deep learning for video analysis" done at the University of Lyon under the supervision of Christian Wolf and Julien Mille.
3 papers accepted at the conference CVPR by groups IMAGINE and SICAL
Three papers from the IMAGINE work group of LIRIS have been accepted at the conference CVPR. CVPR is the conference with the highest impact in computer science as measured by the H5 index (=299), and 5th highest impact publication in general science after “Nature”, “The new England Journal of Medicine”, “Science” and “The Lancet”.
- Senda Romdhani, Genoveva Vargas-Solar, Nadia Bennani & Chirine Ghedira (2021). « QoS-based Trust Evaluation for Data Services as a Black Box ». INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON WEB SERVICES, 10 septembre 2021, chicago (États-Unis). HAL : hal-03314992.
- Alexandre Millot, Rémy Cazabet & Jean-François Boulicaut (2021). « Exceptional Model Mining meets Multi-objective Optimization ». 2021 SIAM International Conference on Data Mining (SDM), 29 avril 2021, Alexandria ( virtual event ) (États-Unis), pp. 378-386. doi : 10.1137/1.9781611976700.43. HAL : hal-03220671.
- Besma Khalfoun, Sonia Ben Mokhtar, Sara Bouchenak & Vlad Nitu (2021). « EDEN: Enforcing Location Privacy through Re-identification Risk Assessment: A Federated Learning Approach ». Proceedings of the ACM on Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies, vol. 5, n°2, p. 68. doi : 10.1145/3463502. HAL : hal-03274635.
- Theo Jaunet, Corentin Kervadec, Romain Vuillemot, Grigory Antipov, Moez Baccouche & Christian Wolf (2021). « VisQA: X-raying Vision and Language Reasoning in Transformers ». IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics. HAL : hal-03293079.
- Axel Paris, Adrien Peytavie, Eric Guérin, Pauline Collon & Eric Galin (2021). « Synthesizing Geologically Coherent Cave Networks ». Computer Graphics Forum. HAL : hal-03331697.
- Hamid Ladjal, Michael Beuve, Philippe Giraud & Shariat Behzad (2021). « Towards Non-invasive Lung Tumor Tracking Based on Patient-Specific Model of Respiratory System ». IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, vol. 68, n°9, pp. 2730-2740. doi : 10.1109/TBME.2021.3053321. HAL : hal-03113681.
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