Biovision seminar – Prof. Sarah Barman (School of Computer Science and Mathematics, Kingston University)

Sarah Barman, School of Computer Science and Mathematics, Kingston University, will give a talk on Wednesday, June 20, 2018. Title :Quantifying the retinal vasculature in the UK Biobank fundus camera images Abstract : The application of image analysis techniques to provide accurate measures of image features on larger datasets presents…

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Biovision seminar: Stéphanie Giraud (EPC PHOENIX Inria Bordeaux )

Stéphanie GiraudDocteur en Psychologie cognitive / Ergonomie cognitivePost-doctorante EPC PHOENIX Inria Bordeaux Page LinkedIn Title: Concevoir pour les personnes déficientes visuelles January 23 2018, 11h, room Euler Violet (E006) Summary: Le nombre de déficients visuels a grandement augmenté avec les années et cette augmentation ne va faire que s’accroître d’ici 2030 (Levesque,…

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Biovision seminar: Benoit Miramond (LEAT)

Titre : Défis du calcul incarné dans les architectures neuromorphiques 13 July 2017, 14h30, room Y506 (Byron building) Résumé: Les réseaux de neurones artificiels, portés par les formidables capacités du cerveau biologique, n’ont cessé de s’affiner, ouvrant régulièrement de nouveaux domaines d’application (vision par ordinateur, machine learning, intelligence artificielle, prothèses…

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Biovision seminar: Josselin Gautier

Title: Fixational eye movements and fluctuations of accommodation: new roles for microsaccades? 30 March 2017, 11h00, room  Y506 (Byron building) Abstract: Among fixational eye movements (FEMs) occurring during visual fixation, microsaccades have been shown to counteract visual fading and help to scan informative regions. I will present two recent and…

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Biovision seminar: Luca Calatroni (Ecole Polytechnique)

Title: Optimal image denoising modelling via PDE-constrained optimisation 21 March 2017, 11h00, room  Y506 (Byron building) Abstract: Variational methods and Partial Differential Equations (PDEs) have been extensively employed for the mathematical formulation of a myriad of problems describing physical phenomena such as heat propagation, thermodynamic transformations and many more. In…

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Biovision seminar: Jennifer Sarah Goldman (McGill University, Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital)

February 20: Jennifer Sarah Goldman, PhD (McGill University, Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital) will give us a talk entitled “Spectral Organization of Human Brain Activity” A mechanistic understanding of the mind remains one of the most substantive problems in science, but the probabilistic nature of neural signals seems to occlude…

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Biovision PhD defence: K. Medathati

December 13: Kartheek Medathati will defend his PhD thesis entitled “Developing biologically inspired models for optical flow estimation and motion perception” (14h, room Euler violet) Jury: Reviewers: Ryad Benosman (Institut de la Vision, Paris, France) Gustavo Deco (Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelone, France) Advisors: Pierre Kornprobst (Université Côte d’Azur, Inria, Biovision…

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Biovision seminar: D. Angulo

December 2: David Angulo (INT, Marseille) will give us a talk entitled “pulse-coupled heterogeneous inhibitory networks” (13h30, room Byron Y506) Inhibition is a key aspect of neural dynamics playing a fundamental role for the emergence of neural rhythms and the implementation of various information coding strategies. Inhibitory populations are present…

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