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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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24 Octobre 2017 - Constructive completeness for the linear-time mu-calculus  (Amina Doumane - 11h00 - 178)

27 Octobre 2017 - Cribles, de la th?orie des nombres aux polygones auto-?vitants.  (Pierre-Louis Giscard - 10h45 - 076)

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26 September 2017 - Two prizes won by the LaBRI PROGRESS team: a new approach to multi-source adaptive streaming

Following their research work on the evolution of current streaming techniques towards adaptive multi-source/peer-to-peer streaming, Joachim Bruneau-Queyreix, Mathias Lacaud and Daniel Négru from the LaBRI PROGRESS team have been awarded the scientific excellence prize for the best demonstration at the IEEE CCNC conference, and have won the Grand Challenge of DASH-IF during the IEEE ICME conference.

Contacts: jbruneau@labri.fr, mathias.lacaud@labri.fr and daniel.negru@labri.fr


25 September 2017 - Death of Maurice Nivat

It is an exceptional person who has recently left us. Known as one of the fathers of theoretical computer science, Maurice Nivat, emeritus professor at Paris-Diderot, died on 21/09/2017. A strong and likeable personnality, he has left us a scientific inheritance of major importance. During his brilliant career, Maurice Nivat also trained numerous researchers - André Arnold, Pierre Castéran and Bruno Courcelle to mention only members of our laboratory.
His portrait here.


8 September 2017 - IRIM 2nd at the TRECVID2017 INS task

The GDR ISIS IRIM consortium grouping several French laboratories, has participated for several years in the international evaluation TRECVID.
This campaign proposes research taks in analysis, indexing, and automatic content extraction on massive video data.
One of the tasks: INS « Instance Search » consists of finding objects, and people in predefined contexts in these massive video datasets (475K plans of a total duration of 435 hours this year).
The IRIM consortium, coordinated by the LABRI (Boris Mansencal, Jenny Benois-Pineau), composed of CEA-LIST, LIMSI, LISTIC and LIG, finished in 2nd place out of the 7 international teams participating on the INS task in 2017.

Contacts: jenny.benois-pineau@labri.fr and/or boris.mansencal@labri.fr


5 September 2017 - FCT 2017 Colloquium

The "21st International Symposium on Fundamentals of Computation Theory" (FCT 2017) will be held at the LaBRI from 11 to 13 September 2017.
FCT was founded in 1977 for researchers interested in all aspects of theoretical computer science, in particular algorithms, complexity formal methodes and logic.
The invited speakers this year are:
- Thomas Colcombet (CNRS, University of Paris-Diderot, France)
- Martin Dietzfelbinger (Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany)
- Juraj Hromkovič (ETH Zürich, Switzerland)
- Anca Muscholl (University of Bordeaux, France)
- Jean-Eric Pin (CNRS, University of Paris-Diderot, France)

Programme here.

Contact: ralf.klasing@labri.fr


31 August 2017 - Another victory for Rhoban at Robocup 2017

For the 2nd consecutive year, Rhoban, still in the KidSize humanoid category, has won victory at the world Robocup championship, disputed this year in Japan, with a score of 4 - 0 against the Chinese team. No less than 41 goals scored throughout the competition by Rhoban without any being conceded!
Interview, in the BFMTV J.J. Bourdin program, with one of the designers.

Strengthened by this success, they now hope to host the RoboCup at home in 2020. They have already posted their candidature with the support of the Nouvelle Aquitaine region, Bordeaux Métropole and the université de Bordeaux. The result is expected, at the end of the next Robocup in Montreal in 2018.

Contact: olivier.ly@labri.fr


24 July 2017 - NFC-Interactive contributes to the maintenance of the LGV (High Speed Line) and gets a foothold in North America!

The LaBRI start-up is honoured in an article in Sud-Ouest, praising the merits of its applications used by the SNCF, Vinci, and also Keolis.
Strengthened by its position among the 1000 innovative societies which are creating the France of tomorrow, its success is now crossing the Atlantic to attack Canadian railway compagnies.

Contact: serge.chaumette@labri.fr


21 July 2017 - Publication of version 5.0 of Tulip

Tulip is an information visualisation platform dedicated to analysis and visualisation of relational data represented by a graph.
First developed at the LaBRI by David Auber in 2001, Tulip is still one of the laboratory's most important software systems and its development team is very active. In addition to a complete extensible programming library written in C++ and a complete graphic environment for analytic visualisation, Tulip is also a Python programming environment dedicated to data visualisation.

For more information on Tulip or other tools based on Tulip developed at the LaBRI, consult here.

Contacts: david.auber@labri.fr, bruno.pinaud@labri.fr


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