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18 Décembre 2019 - Sujets de stages M2
La liste des sujets de stage pour le master 2 recherche est maintenant disponible.


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03 Novembre 2020 - TBA  (Nathana?l Fijalkow - 7h00 - 178)

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27 octobre 2020 - Nomination IUF Junior

Jean-Rémy Falleri (équipe Progress) est nommé membre Junior de l'Institut Universitaire de France à compter du 1er octobre 2020, pour une durée de 5 ans.

Contact : Jean-Rémy Falleri


15 septembre 2020 - Article dans Nature Communications

Loïc Paulevé (équipe MF) propose de « Concilier une modélisation qualitative, abstraite, et qui passe à l’échelle pour les réseaux biologiques ».
La prédiction de processus biologiques complexes, comme la différentiation cellulaire, nécessite la prise en compte de nombreux éléments moléculaires et génétiques.
Les réseaux booléens sont employés depuis plus de 50 ans pour modéliser ces systèmes.
Mais est-ce une bonne méthode ?

En savoir plus en lisant l’article, ici.

Contact : Loïc Paulevé


14 septembre 2020 - Le LaBRI participe à l'organisation de MediaEval 2020

Le consortium de laboratoires LaBRI, MIA et IMS/Faculté des sports organise la tâche de classification de vidéos sportives pour la campagne internationale MediaEval 2020.
Le but est de concevoir un système qui annote automatiquement les coups de joueurs de tennis de table à partir de vidéos.
Plus d'informations sur la page dédiée, ici.

Contact : MediaEval 2020


26 June 2020 - Projet Covid-nma

The battle against Covid 19 is a gigantic struggle, at the centre of the news. The LaBRI is taking part by participating in the Covid-nma project which, by integrating many data sources, enables the creation of a dynamic and interactive map of the clinical tests.

Contact: David Auber


09 June 2020 - Cough for Science project

If you want to contribute to the advance of science and the battle against the coronavirus, you can participate in the coughforscience project whose objective is to assist the diagnosis of COVID19 by sound.
It involves gathering sounds (breathing, coughing and speech) to constitute a database which will be used for the classification.

A site dedicated to this project, here.

Contacts: Myriam Desainte-Catherine and/or Pierre Hanna


28 May 2020 - EJCIM 2020 (Young Researchers in Mathematical Computing School)

EJCIM 2020 will take place in web-conference format spread over two weeks (mostly the mornings) from 8 to 19 June 2020. Registration is free but nevertheless required.
More information, here.

The school has been held every year since 1996 in different towns to bring together young researchers working in Mathematical Computing.
The school's principal objective is to contribute to a high level education for the young doctoral students, complementing that of their universities. This may be by bringing them up to date in some fields of their research or introducing them to new subjects. By presenting them with the state of the art in subjects close to their speciality, we give them tools to adapt better to varied environments (useful for instance before progressing to a postdoc), thereby contributing to their mobility.

Contact: EJCIM 2020


26 May 2020 - Bruno Courcelle has been awarded the «S. Barry Cooper» prize given by the Computability in Europe Association.

This prize aims to reward works providing «a wide understanding and a fundamental study on computability, thanks to excellent results, and establishing a theory likely to endure, exceptional services given to the concerned community or a combination of these elements. ».
Bruno Courcelle is the first to receive this prize. It recognises the whole of his work on second-order monadic logic applied to graphs structured in tree form and the construction of algorithms, and in particular, to the synthesis of these works published in a book written with J. Engelfriet (University of Leyden) entitled Graph structure and monadic second-order logic, 2012.

Contact: Bruno Courcelle


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