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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New Master 2 internship offer: “Algorithms for a new packing problem: Towards Reading Accessible Newspapers”

Subject: Algorithms for a new packing problem: Towards Reading Accessible Newspapers Supervisors: Dorian Mazauric (ABS project-team) and Pierre Kornprobst (Biovision project-team) Abstract: From the numerous daily activities affected by low vision, reading is most strongly impacted. In particular, newspapers pose a unique accessibility challenge. We foresee an original approach to generate more accessible…

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Seminar of Christophe Hugon on virtual reality for psychophysics (Mar. 4, 2020)

When: 4 March 2020, 11h00 Where : Inria Sophia Antipolis – Méditerranée, room Byron beige Speaker : Dr. Christophe Hugon (Research & Development in Marseilles, R&DoM founder) Title: Development of a virtual reality framework applied to psychophysics and medical applications Abstract: The development of virtual reality (VR) equipment has boomed recently,…

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New Master 2 internship offer: “Towards Large-Scale Evaluation Protocols for the Visually Impaired”

Subject: Towards Large-Scale Evaluation Protocols for the Visually Impaired Supervisors: Pierre Kornprobst (Biovision project-team), Jean-Charle Régin (Université Nice-Sophia Antipolis and I3S, CNRS), and Aurelie Calabrese (Biovision project-team) Abstract: This Master 2 internship is about developing methods for diagnosing visual pathologies. The candidate will focus on pushing ahead current methods for…

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New Master 2 internship offer: “Development of an Android application to measure reading performance in both clinical and research environments”

Subject: Development of an Android application to measure reading performance in both clinical and research environments Supervisors: Aurelie Calabrese and Pierre Kornprobst (Biovision project-team) Abstract: This Master 2 internship is about developing an Android application to measure reading performance, serving as a tool to develop new research. The goal is to…

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