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Bourse pour le 1er Forum Franco-Québecois d'Innovation en Santé

Quentin Angermann, doctorant de l'équipe ASTRE, a obtenu une bourse de l'Alliance AVIESAN pour présenter ses travaux lors du 1er Forum franco-québecois d'innovation en santé, qui aura lieu à Montréal en octobre 2016.

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Poste d'ingénieur C++ pour la vision par ordinateur

  • Mission : Développement modèles vision plateforme Retin 5
  • Partenaires : Laboratoire ETIS, Qwant, SATT Ile de France
  • Début : 3 Octobre 2016
  • Durée : 6 mois, prologation 12 mois
  • Rémunération : A partir de 2500€ brut par mois
  • Lieu : ETIS, 6 avenue de Ponceau, 95000 Cergy-Pontoise

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PhD proposal: "Mining and Analysis of enriched trajectories"

3-year fully funded PhD thesis on "Mining and Analysis of enriched trajectories – Application to the trajectories of the visitors of a museum".

Sujet de la thèse : Fouille et Analyse de trajectoires enrichies – application aux trajectoires des visiteurs d’un musée.

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Prix de l'école doctorale

Quentin Angermann et Edwin De Roux, tous deux doctorants dans l'équipe ASTRE, ont chacun reçu un prix lors de la journée de l'école doctorale Sciences et ingénierie, au cours de laquelle ils ont présenté leurs travaux de thèse.

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Le projet VERSPERA dans les kiosques

Le mensuel "Sciences et Avenir" consacre quatre pages de son numéro de juillet 2016 au projet VERSPERA (VERSailles en PERspective aux Archives).

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Best Student Conference Paper Award

La communication "Repair Scheduling in Wireless Distributed Storage with D2D Communication" a obtenu le "Best Student Conference Paper Award" 2016 de la part de IEEE Joint Sweden Joint VT-COM-IT Chapter.

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Iteratively-Decoded Erasure-Correcting Coding for Distributed Storage

"Iteratively-Decoded Erasure-Correcting Coding for Distributed Storage", exposé présenté par Iryna Andryianova le 16 mars 2016.

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Agenda

Monday, 19 09 2016

IEEE ICDL-Epirob 2016

19 09 2016 – 22 09 2016

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

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Thursday, 22 09 2016

Atelier sur le traitement d’images astronomiques appliqué aux observations aurorales planétaires

22 09 2016

Lieu : Université de Cergy-Pontoise, Maison internationale de la Recherche (MIR), Site de Neuville sur Oise (RER A Neuville Université), Grand Auditorium

Organisateurs :

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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

Higher-order Occurrence Pooling for Bags-of-Words: Visual Concept Detection

Piotr Koniusz

In object recognition, the Bag-of-Words model assumes: i) extraction of local descriptors from images, ii) embedding the descriptors by a coder to a given visual vocabulary space which results in mid-level features, iii) extracting statistics from mid-level features with a pooling operator that aggregates occurrences of visual words in images into signatures, which we refer to as First-order Occurrence Pooling. [...]

A scattering transform combination with local binary pattern for texture classification

Vu-Lam Nguyen

In this paper, we propose a combined feature approach which takes full advantages of local structure information and the more global one for improving texture image classification results. In this way, Local Binary Pattern is used for extracting local features, whilst the Scattering Transform feature plays the role of a global descriptor. [...]

A CMOS Buried Quad p-n Junction Photodetector Model

Sylvain Feruglio

A buried quad junction (BQJ) photodetector has been designed and fabricated with a high-voltage CMOS process. It implements four vertically-stacked p-n junctions with four different spectral responses. This feature allows high spectral discriminating ability, greater than both conventional buried double junction and buried triple junction detectors. [...]

Fundamental Limits of Communication With Low Probability of Detection

Ligong Wang

This paper considers the problem of communication over a discrete memoryless channel (DMC) or an additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channel subject to the constraint that the probability that an adversary who observes the channel outputs can detect the communication is low. [...]

Active Learning For Real Time Detection Of Polyps In Videocolonoscopy

Quentin Angermann

In this paper a method to perform real-time detection of polyps in videocolonoscopy is introduced. Polyps are at the origins of colorectal cancer which is one of the deadliest disease in the world. Many methods to improve detection of polyps have been proposed so far. [...]