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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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20 Novembre 2018 - Optimal bounds for single-source Kolmogorov extractors  (Laurent Bienvenu - 11h00 - 178)

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13 novembre 2018 - Gérard Berry donnera son premier cours de l'année 2018-2019 intitulé : Où va l'informatique ?

Gérard Berry, titulaire de la Chaire "Algorithmes, Machines et langages" du Collège de France, donnera son premier cours de l'année 2018-2019 : "Où va l'informatique ?", à Talence (Agora du Haut Carré), le jeudi 13 décembre à 16h.
Son cours sera suivi par un séminaire animé par Yves Bertot (Inria Sophia-Antipolis) et Pierre Castéran (LaBRI) à partir de 17h30.
Aussi bien le cours que le séminaire est en accès libre. Cependant une inscription est souhaitée.
Pour obtenir plus d'information et vous inscrire, voir ici.

Contact pour le séminaire Coq : Pierre Castéran

09 October 2018 - 13th international CRISIS (International Conference on Risks and Security of Internet and Systems), at Arcachon from 16 to 18 October 2018

Over the years this conference has established itself as a reference in the security of systems, networks and applications.
Open systems, their interconnection and their uses make them more and more the prime targets of attacks of all kinds. Securing them, detecting attacks on them and designing effective solutions to install counter-measures are permanent challenges. New technologies and new attacks linked with cybercriminality necessitate theoretical and practical research

Contacts: Akka Zemmari and/or Mohamed Mosbah

05 octobre 2018 - Le LaBRI fait son show à la Fête de la Science

Le LaBRI ouvrira ses portes à un large public de collégiens et lycéens, à l’occasion de la Fête de la Science, qui se déroulera du lundi 8 au vendredi 12 octobre 2018.
Venez découvrir les différents ateliers que nous proposons lors de cette manifestation.
Nous vous y accueillerons, sous réserve des places encore disponibles.

Voir le planning des ateliers ici.

Contact : Auriane Dantès

13 September 2018 - NFC-I, a LaBRI start-up, established in Montreal

After two missions undertaken to Toronto and then Montreal, under the auspices of the New Aquitaine Region, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Bordeaux Métropole's FrenchTech and CCI Internationale, NFC-I, a LaBRI start-up, has been selected by the largest nursery in Montreal, the Centech (Centre d'Entrepreneurship Technologique) connected with l’ETS (Ecole de Technologie Supérieure) which has more than 10,000 students,about 650 doctoral students and 200 researchers.
The society thus has available an office in Montreal and is starting a 12 week acceleration programme which should lead to its effective installation across the Atlantic between now and the end of the year.
NFC-I is also continuing its growth, and has just recruited a Marketing and Communication agent and a Business Developer.

Contact: Serge Chaumette

04 September 2018 - IRIM 2nd on INS task at TRECVID2018

The IRIM consortium of the GDR ISIS groups several French laboratories and has participated for many years in the international evaluation campaign TRECVID.
This campaign is devoted to research in automatic segmentation, indexing, and context-based retrieval of massive video datasets. One of the tasks, INS « Instance Search » consists of finding persons in predefined contexts inside these massive video datasets (475K shots for a total length of 435 hours this year).

The IRIM consortium coordinated by the LABRI (Boris Mansencal, Jenny Benois-Pineau), with help of LIMSI, finished, for the second time, 2nd out of 7 international teams in this INS task in 2018.

Contacts:Boris Mansencal and/or Jenny Benois-Pineau

13 July 2018 - The idex awards its 2018 science and technology prize to a Progress doctoral student

Joachim Bruneau-Queyreix (Progress team) has received the University of Bordeaux, science and technology prize, for his work on multi-criteria optimisation of streaming vidéo in the internet Future Media.
He will give a presentation of his thesis work to the Bordeaux university doctoral students, at their year start ceremony, on 6 december next.

Contact: Joachim Bruneau-Queyreix

12 July 2018 - A prize at the ACM MMSys 2018 conference, Amsterdam (Netherlands)

Simon Da Silva, a Progress team doctoral student, presented an article and gave a demo at the 23rd Packet Video Workshop (PV'18) of the ACM MMSys (Multimedia Systems) 2018 conference, in Amsterdam (Netherlands).
The article's title is: MUSLIN: Achieving High, Fairly Shared QoE Through Multi-Source Live Streaming. It is the fruit of a collaboration between five researchers of the Progress team (S. Silva, J. Bruneau-Queyreix, M. Lacaud, D. Négru, L. Réveillère).
The objective of this work is to improve the diffusion of video flux in real time (live streaming). For this, the solution of multi-source diffusion MS-Stream, developed in the Progress team, is used in combination with algorithms for dynamic provision and assignment of video content servers. This streaming system allows a significant improvement in the quality of expérience of users while reducing the infrastructure costs for the content provider compared with current solutions.
For this work, these five researchers won the prix Excellence in DASH Award, third place, awarded by the DASH-IF. This prize rewards research work and potential applications in the streaming video industry (Netflix, YouTube, Twitch, etc.).

Contacts: Simon Da Silva and/or Daniel Négru

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