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Musée du Quai Branly : Berenson et l'exposition Persona

Le robot Berenson participe actuellement à l'exposition Persona au Musée du Quai Branly, exposition qui a été inaugurée le  25 janvier 2016. Notre robot humanoïde “Berenson” développe une forme «d'esthétique artificielle», inculquée par le biais d’un apprentissage du «goût des autres».

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Appel à communications - JEI Special Section on Image Processing for Cultural Heritage

This Special Section on Image Processing for Cultural Heritage aims to present studies that exploit images as principal data to solve heritage problems. Topics of this special section may include:

  • Heritage preservation (restoration, enhancement, denoising, quality assessment)
  • Reconstruction and visualization of cultural heritage (data acquisition, 3D representation, virtual representation, serious games)
  • Image analysis (pattern recognition, classification, retrieval,segmentation, quantification)
  • Building stones, decorated caves, stained glass windows, statues (wood, stone, metal, ceramic), paintings, textiles, ancient texts, seals, etc.

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Les passages cachés des lettres de Marie-Antoinette livrent leurs premiers secrets

Les travaux menés dans le cadre du projet REX ont permis de décrypter une première lettre caviardée de la correspondance entre Marie-Antoinette et le comte de Fersen.

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Détection temps-réel de polypes colorectaux en vidéocolonoscopie

Post-doctorat, traitement d’image et machine learning (Computer Vision).

ETIS, UMR8051, ENSEA / Univ. Cergy-Pontoise / CNRS.

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Carte blanche à Gérard Berry

Document publié par l'Institut des Sciences de l'Information et de leurs Interactions lors de sa journée thématique du 7 décembre 2015 : “La place des sciences de l’information au CNRS et ailleurs”.

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Comité de site "Intelligence embarquée"

Les activités de l'équipe ASTRE ont été présentées lors de la 14ème réunion du comité de site "Intelligence embarquée" de l'agglomération de Cergy-Pontoise.

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Stages master et ingénieur 2015-2016

Proposition de stages de master et projet de fin d'études d'ingénieurs pour l'année 2015-2016, émanant des quatre équipes du laboratoire. La liste des sujets disponibles sera mise à jour régulièrement.

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Agenda

Thursday, 2016-02-18

Séminaire ASTRE : Benoît Larras

2016-02-18, 14:00 – 15:30

"Intégration CMOS analogique de réseaux de neurones à cliques", séminaire présenté par Benoît Larras, Télécom Bretagne - LabSticc.

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Saturday, 2016-02-27

TEDxAM Lille : présentation par Akexandre Pitti

2016-02-27

Alexandre Pitti (équipe Neurocybernétique) fera une présentation lors de l'événement "TEDxAM" à Lille le 27 février 2016.

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Monday, 2016-09-19

IEEE ICDL-Epirob 2016

2016-09-19 – 2016-09-22

The IEEE ICDL-Epirob 2016 conference will be held at Cergy-Pontoise / Paris (France), September 19-22nd 2016.

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Who are we?

ETIS, Information Processing and Systems Lab, is a joint research lab of CNRS (UMR 8051), ENSEA Cergy and University of Cergy-Pontoise.

ETIS is located in Cergy, 30kms NW from Paris.

ETIS research concerns four main domains:

  • MIDI: Multimedia Indexing and Data Integration
  • ICI: Information, Communications, Imagery
  • ASTRE: Architectures, Systems, Technologies for embedded REconfigurables units
  • NEURO: Neurocybernetics

Last publications

Analysis of a handshake between humans using wavelet transforms

Artem Melnyk

Physical and social interaction between humans and robots are important for humanoid robotics. In this paper the physical characteristics of handshakes between humans are deeply analyzed using the wavelet transforms to reproduce future experiments of handshakes between a human and a robot. [...]

An athermal measurement technique for long time constants traps characterization in GaN HEMT transistors

Alexis Divay

GaN High Electron Mobility Transistors (HEMTs) are very promising for high power switching and radiofrequency operation. However, the lack of reliability feedback is one of its major drawbacks. Trapping effect especially is one of the main performance limitations of such components. [...]

Threshold Saturation for Nonbinary SC-LDPC Codes on the Binary Erasure Channel

Iryna Andriyanova

We analyze the asymptotic performance of nonbinary spatially-coupled low-density parity-check (SC-LDPC) code ensembles defined over the general linear group on the binary erasure channel. In particular, we prove threshold saturation of the belief propagation decoding to the so called potential threshold, using the proof technique based on potential functions recently introduced by Yedla et al. [...]

Distributed Storage in Mobile Wireless Networks with Device-to-Device Communication

Jesper Pedersen

We consider the use of distributed storage (DS) to reduce the communication cost of content delivery in a wireless network. Content is stored (cached) in a number of mobile devices using an erasure correcting code. A user retrieves content from other mobile devices using device-to-device communication or from the base station (BS), at the expense of a higher communication cost. [...]

Lattice coding for the Gaussian one- and two-way relay channels with correlated noises

Anne Savard

This paper investigates two classes of relay channels, the Gaussian relay channel and the Gaussian two-way relay channel, when additive noises at the relay and destination(s) are correlated. Lattice codes are used to achieve the rate region for Compress-and-Forward (relay channel) and Compress/Decode-and-Forward (two-way relay channel). [...]