New Master 2 internship offer: “Automatic production of constrained text from a corpus”

Subject: Automatic production of constrained text from a corpus Supervisors: Pierre Kornprobst (Biovision project-team), Jean-Charles Régin (Université Nice-Sophia Antipolis and I3S, CNRS), and Aurelie Calabrese (Biovision project-team) Abstract: Reading performance has become one of the most important clinical measures for judging the effectiveness of treatments, surgical procedures, or rehabilitation techniques. The…

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New Master 2 internship offer: “Optimizing newspaper layout with design-preserving magnification: Study of a new combinatorial/geometric packing problem”

Subject: Optimizing newspaper layout with design-preserving magnification: Study of a new combinatorial/geometric packing problem Supervisors: Dorian Mazauric (ABS project-team) and Pierre Kornprobst (Biovision project-team) Abstract: Newspapers pose a unique accessibility challenge for people with vision impairment. We foresee an original approach to generate more accessible newspaper design automatically. The core of this…

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New Ph.D. offer: “Modelling dynamical synapses in the retinal network”

The Biovision Lab is seeking to recruit a highly-qualified Ph.D. candidate to join our dynamic, multi-disciplinary research team, whose primary goal is to study vision impairment from theoretical and applied perspectives. You will be based in Sophia-Antipolis on the French Riviera, in the Inria Research center. TITLE: Modelling dynamical synapses in…

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