Category: Awards

IEEE ICIP’15: Best Student Paper Award!

Vincent Drouard (PhD student) and his co-authors received the “Best Student Paper Award” (second place) at IEEE ICIP’15 for the paper Head Pose Estimation via High-Dimensional Regression. The conference took place in Quebec City, Canada, September 2015. There were five papers awarded, two “Best Paper” and three “Best Student Paper” out of a total of 1033 (oral …

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Antoine Deleforge Received the “Signal, Image, Vision” Best PhD Thesis Award!

Antoine Deleforge, Master and Ph.D student in the PERCEPTION team (2009-2013) received the 2014 “Signal, Image, Vision” best PhD thesis award for his thesis entitled “Acoustic Space Mapping: A Machine Learning Approach to Sound Source Separation and Localization”. For more information about Antoine’s work, please click here. Since January 2014 Antoine is a postdoctoral researcher at …

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ERC Advanced Grant Awarded to Radu Horaud

The PERCEPTION team is pleased to announce that Radu Horaud was awarded an ERC Advanced Grant for his project “Vision and Hearing in Action” (VHIA). VHIA investigates the fundamentals of audio-visual perception for human-robot interaction. Read an interview (in French) about the concept of social robot that is being developed during the lifetime of the …

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IEEE MMSP’13: Best Paper Award!

The article “Alignment of Binocular-Binaural Data Using a Moving Audio-Visual Target” received the “Best Paper Award” at the IEEE International Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing (MMSP’13), Pula, Italy, September-October 2013. The paper is authored by Vasil Khalidov (IDIAP), and co-authored by Radu Horaud (INRIA) and Florence Forbes (INRIA). The paper addresses the problem of of aligning visual and auditory  data …

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IEEE/ACM ICMI’11: Outstanding Paper Award!

The article “Finding Audio-Visual Events in Informal Social Gatherings” received the “Outstanding Paper Award” (best paper) at the IEEE/ACM 13th International Conference on Multimodal Interaction (ICMI’11), Alicante, Spain, November 2011. The paper is authored by Xavi Alameda-Pineda (INRIA), Vasil Khalidov (IDIAP), Radu Horaud (INRIA) and Florence Forbes (INRIA). The paper addresses the problem of detecting and localizing …

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