8th of March in Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée
Health, biometrics, deep learning and privacy
On March 8th, on the occasion of the International Women's Rights Day, we have chosen to honour talented women who make the news of the Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée centre in their field of research and who illustrate each of them Inria's motto: "scientific excellence at the service of transfer and society".
Maureen Clerc, Athena, Inria
- March, 16th , with Dr. Marie-Hélène Soriani, CRMR SLA during the '"Journée spéciale santé" at the Nice University Hospital on the topic "Increased Body: Brain-Computer Interface in the service of autonomy ".
- Mars, 17th, with Dr François Paris (CIRM) on : "Le cerveau à l'écoute : interroger la perception musicale".
To find out more, we invite you to watch this short film (on YouTube) from the Athena team, which presents the brain-computer interface (BCI) and what the stakes are. With the intervention of Maureen Clerc, Théo Papadopoulo from Inria and Marie-Hélène Soriani from Nice University Hospital.
Antitza Dantcheva (Stars)
As part of the "Café Techno" organized by the Learning Centre in Sophia Antipolis, , Antitza Dantcheva, researcher in the Stars team, presented "The history of biometrics, from Alphonse Bertillon to the iPhone X " and shared her expertise on the following questions:
- What is a biometric system?
- How do current systems work?
- What are the prospects?
EA few months ago, she was awarded an ANR JCJC scholarship that will enable her to work on concrete applications ranging from security to health care.
Yuliya Tarabalka - Inria - Gilles Scagnelli
Its project of compact and generic representation of satellite images opens the door to many applications.
While the European Parliament is addressing online privacy issues in the context of the ePrivacy draft regulation, Nataliia Bielova, subject matter expert, was invited to present the work of the two project teams Inria India and Privatics working in this area.
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Catherine Fazon-Zucker, Wimmics Team
Catherine Faron-Zucker, Wimmics
Catherine Faron-Zucker , deputy head of the Wimmics team will participate in the roundtable discussion on "How can artificial intelligence help us get to know each other better and orientate ourselves?" Special IA Education and Orientation Day « Quels apports du numérique dans l'éducation et la formation tout au long de la vie ? » organised by EducPros in partnership with EducAzur and Inria, which will take place in Inria Sophia Antipolis on Thursday 29 March 2018.
Dimitra Politaki, PhD Student, Neo Team, Inria
Dimitra Politaki, PhD student of the Neo team, shares with us her vision of research in her field for the next 50 years.