After a Best Paper won at the Waise 2022 conference, eight papers presented including two Best Papers at ERTS 2022, the DEEL team performs once again with eight accepted papers at the prestigious NeurIPS 2022 conference to be held on November 28th. An additional recognition that testifies to the level of expertise and quality of work of the project team.
The “Conformal Prediction” team of the DEEL project has been awarded the Best paper award at WAISE 2022 for their work in artificial intelligence on object detection with probabilistic guarantees. The authors of the paper are : Florence de Grancey Thales AVS France SAS, Jean-Luc Adam Renault, Lucian Alecu Continental Automotive France, Sébastien Gerchinovitz IRT Saint Exupéry – Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse, Franck Mamalet IRT Saint Exupéry and David Vigouroux IRT Saint Exupéry.
The summer of 2022 saw an unprecedented combination of climatic events in Western Europe. In France in particular, most of the country suffocated under three episodes of heat wave, and many absolute heat records have been broken, with the thermometer reaching 39.3°C in July at the tip of Brittany, in Brest. Combined with the lack[…]
Within the framework of the CIAR project, 3 papers have been accepted. They deal with different yet complementary arguments.Two of these papers were produced in the framework of Gaétan Bahl’s thesis, while the third one represents a world first in the fields of aerospace and impulse neural networks THE PROJECT The CIAR project (Autonomous and[…]
“Super-G Demonstration Day” will be held to highlight the practical results of the linked project SUPER-G. This project was launched in February 2019 and will be completed in June 2022. SUPER-G investigated the architecture and associated solutions to support satellite backhaul in a 5G compliant context. This has led to the development of a platform[…]
The Confiance.ai Forum, which was held over two days, October 5 and 6, at the IRT Saint Exupéry Toulouse in the B612 building, was attended by more than 400 people (both face-to-face and remote), members of the program and experts in the field of Artificial Intelligence. On October 5, during this 1st day reserved for[…]
The SPOC (Software Payload On Chip) project teams study ways to integrate Machine Learning on embedded systems for the space, droning and industrial domains. Since 2019, the SPOC project has been built around a part-time collaboration between Airbus Defence & Space, Viveris Technologies and IRT Saint Exupéry to make these artificial intelligence techniques and methods[…]
Congratulations to the CIAR project for two space premieres:– Remotely updating, from a ground station, an artificial neural network embedded on a satellite.– Running this neural network on a FPGA (Field-Programmable Gate Array) in orbit. The CIAR project (Chaîne Image Autonome et Réactive / / Responsive and Autonomous Imaging Chain) is studying technologies to deploy[…]
On Monday, the 13th of June 2016, IRT Saint Exupéry collaborated with Technical Competences Community – Image and Signal Processing (CCT TSI) from National Center for Space Studies (CNES) to organize a forum on future « 5G technologies – spatial segment ». These days, 5th generation of mobile communication network (« 5G ») strongly focused the attention of telecommunications[…]