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PhD and Postdoc seminar: “Recent advances on solving the Mumford-Shah model for discrete images
” by Marion Foare

Friday 11th February, 2018 at 11am.  – LIP Meeting room M7 (3rd floor) Our next seminar will be given by Marion Foare, who will present on “Recent advances on solving the Mumford-Shah model for discrete images
” Abstract-“Essential image processing and analysis tasks, such as image segmentation, simplification and denoising, can be conducted in a unified …

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PhD Seminar & DL Journal Club: Anomalous diffusion for graph-based data classification

Friday, October 26th, 2018 at 11am.  – LIP Meeting room M7 Esteban Bautista  will present on “Anomalous diffusion for graph-based data classification”. The talk will be a one time-merging of the PhD seminar and the DL Journal club of the DANTE team.  

Márton Karsai receives the Junior Scientific Award of the Complex System Society

Since 2014, the Complex System Society gives the Junior Scientific Award to young members of the society (within ten years of completing their PhD)  to recognise their extraordinary scientific achievements within the field of complex systems/ For the year 2018, the Junior Scientific Award was given to Márton Karsai “for his many outstanding contributions to the science of …

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PhD and Postdoc seminar: “Conflict graph-based models for Wifi networks” by Marija Stojanova

Friday 28th September, 2018 at 2pm. Location TBA The first Phd / Postdoc seminar of the 2018 / 2019 calendar will follow the work of DANTE’s Marija Stojanova, who will present her recent research on wireless networks. In particular, we will discuss conflict-graph based models of Wifi. Abstract – “We describe a performance modeling method that …

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DL Journal Club: “Human-level control through deep reinforcement learning” digest by Jacobo Levy-Abitbol

Friday, September 21st, 2018 at 11am – LIP meeting room M7 3rd floor Jacobo Levy-Abitbol will be giving a presentation of the paper “Human-level control through deep reinforcement learning” published by Mnih et al. in Nature in 2015. From the abstract: Here we use recent advances in training deep neural networks to develop a novel …

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PhD and Postdoc seminar: “Graph-based semi-supervised learning for classification” by Sarah De Nigris

Thursday, June 28th, 2018 at 3pm – IXXI Conference room M7 Sarah De Nigris will present her latest work on graph-based semi-supervised learning for classification. The talk is the second in this year’s series of monthly presentations aimed at diffusing graduate research in the DANTE team.

DL Journal Club: “Geometric deep learning on graphs and manifolds” digest by P. Borgnat after M. Bronstein’s talk

Friday, July 13th, 2018 at 1:30pm – IXXI Conference room M7 Pierre Borgnat will be giving a (simplified) presentation of the tutorial “Geometric deep learning on graphs and manifolds” done by Michael Bronstein at the Graph Signal Processing workshop held at EPFL, june 6–8, 2018 . We should prepare for “a mix of Convolutional Neural …

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PhD and Postdoc seminar: “Threshold dynamics on multiplex networks” by Samuel Unicomb

Thursday, May 25th, 2018 at 4pm – IXXI Conference room M7 Samuel Unicomb will present his latest work on binary state dynamics on complex networks. This work was carried out in collaboration with Márton Karsai, Gerardo Iñiguez and János Kertész, and extends recent results by the same authors on stochastic processes on edge-heterogeneous networks. A …

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DL Journal Club: “Convolutional Neural Fabrics” digest by Sébastien Lerique

Friday, May 9th, 2018 at 2pm – IXXI Conference room M7 Sébastien Lerique will give a presentation of the paper “Convolutional Neural Fabrics”  published by Shreyas Saxena and Jakob Verbeek at NIPS 2016. This paper proposes a method to construct neural network architectures by training a fabric of possible architectures instead of relying on expert …

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Seminar by Mathieu Avanzi : Cartographier les régionalismes du français

Where: salle R174 du site Descartes de l’ENS When: le mardi 25 juillet à 9h30 Mathieu Avanzi, FNRS & Université catholique de Louvain Résumé : Le but de cet exposé est double. Dans un premier temps, je présenterai la méthodologie suivie pour recueillir les données utilisées pour mettre au point les différentes cartes qui illustrent …

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