Remi GRIBONVAL

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Marwa Chafii receives the 2018 Ph.D. prize Signal, Image & Vision

The 2018 prix de thèse Signal, Image et Vision was jointly awarded  by the Club EEA, the GRETSI and the GdR ISIS to Mrs Marwa Chafii for her thesis entitle : Étude d’une nouvelle forme d’onde multiporteuses à PAPR réduit This thesis was conducted within the IETR Lab at CentraleSupélec on the campus of Rennes, …

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L’équipe PANAMA d’Inria Rennes recrute un ou une ingénieur – développement Python-Matlab-C++

Information sur le poste à pourvoir et modalités de candidature : Ingénieur scientifique contractuel (H/F) / Développement Python-Matlab-C++

Luc Le Magoarou receives the Paul Caseau Ph.D. Award

EDF and the French Academy of Technology awarded the 2017 Paul Caseau Ph.D. prize to Luc Le Magoarou for his work on “Efficient Matrices for signal processing and machine learning” conducted at ’IRISA (PANAMA team) under the supervision of Rémi Gribonval.

Code release: FAuST 1.1 for Approximate Fast Graph Fourier Transforms.

FAµST is a toolbox useful to decompose a given dense matrix into a product of sparse matrices in order to reduce its computational complexity (both for storage and manipulation). Such matrices can be used to speed up iterative algorithms commonly used for solving high dimensional linear inverse problems. This release (FAuST Matlab version 1.1) includes …

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Nicolas Keriven receives SPARS 2017 Best Student Paper Award

Nicolas Keriven has been awarded the Best Student Paper Award at SPARS 2017 for our two-pages abstract: N. Keriven, R. Gribonval, G. Blanchard, Y. Traonmilin. Random Moments for Sketched Mixture Learning Contratulations to Nicolas !

Luc Le Magoarou receives a special mention of the AFRIF2017 Ph.D. Award

AFRIF (the French Association for Shape Recognition and Interpretation) awarded a special mention of its annual Ph.D. prize to Luc Le Magoarou for his work on “Efficient Matrices for signal processing and machine learning” conducted at ’IRISA (PANAMA team) under the supervision of Rémi Gribonval. http://www.afrif.asso.fr/?page_id=54

Game of Drones: localizing a drone with audio (teaser video)

World leading CEDAR Audio ships improved audio desaturation based on PANAMA’s Sparse Audio Declipper technology

The new audio desaturation module of CEDAR Audio, world-leader provider of professional audio restoration solutions,  is based on further developments of PANAMA’s Sparse Audio Declipper. Click here to learn more on the Sparse Audio Declipper: read the papers where it is described and tested; download the corresponding Matlab code; listen to audio examples; test it …

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Release: A-SPADE, the Sparse Audio Declipper

Ever faced saturated audio recordings ? Try A-SPADE, the Sparse Audio Declipper. Clipping, also known as saturation, is a comon phenomenon leading to sometimes seriously distorted audio recordings. Declipping consists in performing the inverse process, to restore saturated audio recordings and improve their quality. A-SPADE is a declipping algorithm developed by PANAMA. It is based …

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Code release: PHYSALIS (Physics-Driven Cosparse Analysis) and CBC4CS (Convex Blind Calibration for Compressed Sensing)

The PHYSALIS Matlab code allows to reproduce the experiments from a series of papers from our group on cosparse (=analysis flavor of sparse) source localization, for both acoustic inverse problems and EEG inverse problems. It is available here The CBC4CS code allows to reproduce convex blind calibration experiments in the context of compressive sensing. It …

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