laurianePhD Student (Grant IFPEN)

Topic  Progressive compression of large evolutionary volumic meshes: geometry and properties.

Keywords Geoscience, massive dynamic data, visualization

Lauriane obtained her MSc in petroleum geoscience at University of Lorraine, and is graduated from the ENSG (National School of Geology from Nancy) with a specialization in numerical geology. She started her PhD under the supervision of Marc Antonini and Frederic Payan at the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, and Laurent Duval (IFPEN). This thesis involves a collaboration between IFPEN an I3S, and aims at studying the progressive compression of large evolutionary volumic meshes. This kind of mesh is used in many fields simulating a lot of data: Geosciences, Wind Energy, Motors Modelisation... Such post processing would help the transfer, the storage, the visualization and the manipulation of meshes, and could also be used to initialize a data processing.

https://sites.google.com/view/lauriane-bouard 

melpoPhD Student (MESR Grant)

Topic  DNA coding for long term digital data storage

Keywords  DNA, coding

Melpomeni Dimopoulou received her engineering diploma from the “Computer Engineering and Informatics Department” at the University of Patras in Greece in 2016. In 2016-2017 she pursued her studies in the Master program of “Computational Biology and Biomedicine” at the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis in France and obtained a Master’s degree. In the context of her studies she did her internship in the I3S laboratory working with the team of Mediacoding on the application of Leaky Integrate-and-Fire neurons on signal and image processing. Currently she is a PhD student of the Mediacoding Team working on the subject “DNA coding for long term digital data storage” in a collaboration with the IPMC laboratory, under the supervision of Marc Antonini and Pascal Barbry. This work aims to explore the use of the DNA as a mean of long-life digital data storage achieving high data compression due to the DNA’s biological properties.  

http://www.i3s.unice.fr/~dimopoulou/

 

 

evaPhD Student (European Project Grant)

Topic  Intelligent storage on synthetic DNA for archiving images and digital videos.

Keywords : Image and video coding, DNA

Eva Gil San Antonio received her engineering diploma in Biomedical Engineering from the Industrial Engineering Department at the Polytechnic University of Valencia in Spain in 2017. In 2017 she started a two-year Master's program in Data Science by EIT Digital Master School: 1st year at Polytechnic University of Madrid in Spain and 2nd year at University of Nice Sophia Antipolis in France, where she did her internship in the I3S laboratory working on the team of Mediacoding on the topic of “DNA for cold data archiving: using Machine Learning for robust decoding”. Currently she is a PhD student of the Mediacoding Team working on the subject “Intelligent storage on synthetic DNA for archiving images and digital videos” as part of OligoArchive European project, under the supervision of Marc Antonini. This thesis aims to explore the use of the DNA as a mean of long-life digital data storage achieving high data compression due to the DNA’s biological properties.

cyprienPhD Student (MESR Grant)

Topic  Development of an effective learning algorithm in order to predict the evolution of a disease and adapt the treatment to the profile of each patient.

Keywords Learning

Cyprien Gilet obtained his MSc in applied mathematics (master MIGS) from the University of Burgundy (Dijon) in 2017. He started a PhD in Machine Learning under the supervision of Lionel Fillatre (I3S laboratory) and Nicolas Glaichenhaus (IPMC laboratory) in November 2017. This thesis is funded both by the CNRS and the IPMC laboratory. This thesis aims to develop effective learning algorithms in order to predict the evolution of a disease and adapt the treatment to the profile of each patient.

 http://www.i3s.unice.fr/~gilet/

 

 

floraPhD Student (Region Sud Grant)

Topic  Augmented reality applied in surgery.

Keywords : Registration , 3D vision, geometry processing

Flora Quilichini received her engineering degree from Telecom Saint-Etienne with a specialization in Electronics and Image Processing. She obtained a MSc in "Advanced Imaging and Material Appearance" at Jean Monnet university. She started her PhD in Augmented Surgery in July 2019 under the supervision of Marc Antonini and Frédéric Payan. The thesis is funded by Region PACA and UCA and aims to perform real-time deformable registration of multi-modal data with direct application in surgery.  

dianaPhD student (Cifre)

Topic  Deep Compression (Deep learning, Embedded systems, Compression)

Diana Resmerita obtained her MSc in Computer Science at the University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis in 2017. Curently, she is a PhD student in Deep Learning working under the supervision of Lionel Fillatre (Professor of I3S Laboratory) and Benoit de Dinechin (CTO of Kalray). Kalray is a company specialized in large-scale manycore processors for new intelligent systems. The thesis aims to explore neural networks and develop efficient algorithms able to compress these networks and reduce the computational complexity, in order to boost performance (low latency, low energy consumption, low memory storage).

dannyPhD Student (MESR Grant)

Topic  Statistical machine learning

Danny Schmitt obtained his MSc in mathematics at the University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis in 2014, and then his MSc in computer science in 2016. He started a PhD in statistical learning under the supervision of Lionel Fillatre at I3S laboratory in October 2016. This thesis aims to develop effective learning algorithms when the data are few, with applications on biological measures.