Category: Job offers

Having members with diverse research and cultural backgrounds, we always look forward to having new members and visitors throughout the year. Current openings in our team can be found below.

Post-doc/PhD position Pattern mining for Neural Networks debugging: application to speech recognition

Advisors:  Elisa Fromont & Alexandre Termier, IRISA/INRIA RBA – Lacodam team (Rennes) Irina Illina & Emmanuel Vincent, LORIA/INRIA  – Multispeech team (Nancy) Location: INRIA RBA, team Lacodam (Rennes) Keywords: discriminative pattern mining, neural networks analysis, explainability of black box models, speech recognition. Context: Understanding the inner working of deep neural networks (DNN) has attracted …

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PhD Thesis position or research engineer or post-doc position in Natural Language Processing: Introduction of semantic information in a speech recognition system

Supervisors: Irina Illina, MdC, Dominique Fohr, CR CNRS Team: Multispeech, LORIA-INRIA Contact:, Duration of post-doc or research engineer: 12-18 months Duration of PhD Thesis : 3 years Deadline to apply : May  15th, 2019 Required skills: background in statistics, natural language processing and computer program skills (Perl, Python). Candidates should email a detailed CV with diploma Under noisy …

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Speaker identification in real conditions for robotics applications

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Deep learning based approaches to speaker identification in real conditions.

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2nd year Master internship on sound event detection and classification in real environments

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2nd year Master internship on deep learning based speaker recognition

Context This internship will ve supervised by Md Sahidullah and Emmanuel Vincent. After the end of the internship, there will be opportunities for the successful applicant to pursue with a PhD funded by Inria in collaboration with the University of Eastern Finland. Assignment State-of-the-art speaker recognition systems [1] rely on various speaker embedding methods, such as i-vector …

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Three postdoctoral positions on machine learning and speech processing

Inria is seeking 3 postdoctoral researchers for a new European (H2020 ICT) collaborative project called COMPRISE. COMPRISE is a 3-year Research and Innovation Action (RIA) aiming at new cost-effective, multilingual, privacy-driven voice interaction technology. This will be achieved through research advances in privacy-driven machine learning, personalized training, automatic data labeling, and tighter integration of speech …

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