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28 November 2016 - Thesis Subjects 2017
Proposed thesis subjects YEAR 2017: This list is updated after every arrival of a new proposal. If you wish to be a candidate for any of these subjects, contact the thesis supervisors. (...)

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22 Mai 2018 - Verification of Asynchronous Programs with Nested Locks  (K. Narayan Kumar - 11h00 - 178)

25 Mai 2018 - Combinatorics of the ASEP on a ring  (Olya Mandelshtam - 10h45 - 076)

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05 avril 2018 - First results from the X-pulse project

The first X-ray image has been obtained in the X-Pulse project in Vincent Beaudoux's doctoral research supervised by Guillaume Blin and Christina Zacharatou (Institut Bergonié) which aims to find an alternative to laser based mammography.
The X-Pulse project aims to develop a novel system of medical imagery by X-rays using intense lasers of strong mean power, for an application in early detection of breast cancer. This project, financed by the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region and the FEDER, brings together a consortium of doctors, radio therapists, researchers and engineers (ALPhANOV, Amplitude Laser Group, Imagine Optic, the CELIA, the LaBRI and the Bergonié Institut) SHOULD lead to the creation of a prototype of mammograph based on the use of intense lasers.
The objective is to allow earlier detection of small breast cancers using weak doses thanks to the use of a new technique of phase contrast imagery made possible by the use of intense laser generated X-ray sources developed as part of the project.
On 29 march, the first image produced with the MetalJet source was obtained by AlphaNov.

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5 aApril 2018 - Course by Mark V. Lawson, Guest Professor at the LaBRI

Professor Mark V. Lawson, from Heriot-Watt University (Edinburgh), an algebraicist, and specialist in formal language theory and inversive semigroups, visiting the LaBRI during April with support from the University of Bordeaux, is giving a series of talks in the context of the EDMI on the extension of «Stone's duality» to the non-commutative case on Monday 9, 16 et 23 April from 2 to 4pm, in room 076.
Stone's duality is a concept connected with many domains of Computing: from automata theory to the semantics of programming languages passing through modelling of complex systems. This series of courses by Mark V. Lawson, whose pedagogical talents are known will allow us to grasp the essential of the associated concepts.


12 February 2018 - Rhoban in the TF1 television news

The Rhoban team honoured, with its robot football players, in an item of the 8pm TF1 news.
View it here.

Contact: Olivier Ly

09 February 2018 - A prestige seminar for 2019

The ANR BLIZAAR Project of which Bruno Pinaud (équipe BKB) is the scientific leader, in collaboration with their Luxemburg colleagues, have just been awarded a Dagstuhl seminar. This prestigious German organisation finances the organisation of high level international scientific seminars.
The seminar to take place in February 2019 and entitled "Visual Analytics of Multilayer Networks Across Disciplines", will bear on the importance and challenges of multi-level network visualisation as tool for trans-disciplinary modeling. It will bring together academic and industrial experts (40-45 people) internationally renowned in the domains of data visualisation and the study of complex systems, and also experts in potential application domains such as geography, biology, economics, sociology, etc.
This seminar is an opportunity to forge new partnerships, and will equally enable implication in applying for European and bilateral projects. It often leads to an important publication notably allowing an international visibility for work carried out at the LaBRI.

Contacts: Bruno Pinaud and/or Guy Melançon

08 février 2018 - Mainmise sur les médias et suivi de communautés dans les graphes dynamiques à EGC 2018

Haolin Ren, doctorant CIFRE sous la direction de Guy Mélançon (équipe BKB) et celle de Marie-Luce Viaud de l'INA Paris, a remporté le prix de la meilleure démonstration logicielle à la conférence EGC 2018, qui avait lieu à Paris du 23 au 26 janvier dernier.
Le logiciel offre des outils de suivi des communautés de personnes présentes dans les médias français, sur la période 2011 – 2017, et permet donc d'examiner les données rassemblant l'ensemble des intervenants dans les médias (radio/télévision).

Contacts : Guy Mélançon et/ou Haolin Ren

06 February 2018 - A new JCB (Bordeaux Combinatorics Days)

As it does every year, the LaBRI is organising the Journées de combinatoire de Bordeaux. In 2018 they will take place from 12 to 14 February. On the menu, around fifteen talks on all types of comlbinatorics: enumerative, algebraic, probabilistic... with varying applications.

Contacts: Mireille Bousquet-Mélou and/or Yvan Le Borgne

02 February 2018 - Création of a Franco-Indian UMI (Mixed International Unit) in computing

The CNRS, the University of Bordeaux, the ENS Paris-Saclay, and their Indian partners at the CMI (Chennai Mathematical Institute) and the IMSc (Institute of Mathematical Sciences) have recently formed ReLaX, a mixed international unit in computing.

Acting as a platform, the UMI will facilitate Franco-Indian relations particularly in the field of theoretical computing: algorithmics, logic, combinatorics, models of computation, complexity, etc., as well as the formal methods which were at the heart of the collaboration which led to the creation of ReLaX. It will be devoted also to direct applications of theoretical computing such as verification, distributed systems and data science, and also natural interactions with mathematics. Finally ReLaX will aim to develop industrial collaborations with French and Indian entreprises.

Contact: Pascal Weil

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