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Algorithms and optimization for QoE aware routing in wireless networks: from centralized to decentralized solutions

Wireless and mobile networks have become an important part in our modern society. Thanks to ubiquitous wireless connectivity, people can connect to the Internet anytime and anywhere. Video streaming is one of the most popular services on the Internet and it covers from 70% to 82% of all Internet traffic. Modern infrastructure networks, such as Long-Term Evolution (LTE), are prospective solutions for video streaming because of their high data rates.

Speaker: 
Quang Pham Tran An (DIONYSOS)

Intelligent Supervision of Flexible Optical Networks

The presentation will be in French (Slides in English).

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Speaker: 
Matthieu KANJ (AdopNet)

Leveraging Software Product Line Engineering in the Construction of Domain Specific Languages

The use of domain-specific languages (DSLs) has become a successful technique in the development of complex systems because it furnishes abstraction, separation of concerns and much more. Nowadays, we can find a large variety of DSLs providing support in various domains. However, the construction of these languages is an expensive task (requires important amount of time and efforts in the definition of formal specifications and tooling to meet requirements).

Speaker: 
David MENDEZ (DIVERSE)

Self-adaptation for Internet of Things applications / Auto-adaptation pour les applications de l’Internet des Objets

La reconfiguration logicielle des nœuds dans l’Internet des objets est une préoccupation majeure dans plusieurs domaines d’application. En particulier, la distribution du code pour fournir des nouvelles fonctionnalités ou mettre à jour le logiciel déjà installé afin de l’adapter aux nouvelles exigences, a un impact énorme sur la consommation d’énergie.

Speaker: 
Francisco Javier ACOSTA PADILLA (DIVERSES)

Composition and Interoperability for External Domain-Specific Language Engineering

Development and evolution of Domain-Specific Languages (DSLs) is becoming recurrent in the development of complex software-intensive systems. However, despite many advances in Software Language Engineering (SLE), DSLs and their tooling still suffer from substantial development costs which hamper their successful adoption in the industry.

Speaker: 
Thomas DEGUEULE (DREAM)

Real-time tracking of deformable targets in 3D ultrasound sequences

De nos jours, les traitements mini-invasifs, tels que l’ablation par radiofréquence, sont de plus en plus utilisés car ils permettent d’éliminer localement les tumeurs à partir de l’insertion d’une aiguille. Cependant, le succès de ces procédures dépend de la précision du positionnement de l’aiguille par rapport aux structures anatomiques. Afin de garantir un placement correct, l’imagerie échographique est souvent utilisée car elle a l’avantage d’être temps-réel, bas coût, et non-invasive.

Speaker: 
Lucas ROYER (LAGADIC)

Asservissement sonore: vers une alternative à la localisation de source pour la commande de robot

Cette thèse s’intéresse au développement de lois de commande basées sur la perception auditive. Dans le domaine de l'audition robotique, le contrôle du robot à partir d'informations auditives est généralement basé sur des approches de localisation de source sonore. Cependant, la localisation de source en conditions réelles est une tâche complexe à résoudre. En environnement intérieur, les perturbations causées par le bruit, la réverbération ou même la structure du robot peuvent altérer le processus de localisation.

Speaker: 
Aly MAGASSOUBA (LAGADIC)

Optimizing the Use of SSVEP-based BCIs for Human-Computer Interaction

This PhD deals with the design and evaluation of interactive systems based on Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI). This kind of interface was developed first in order to provide disabled people with means of interaction and communication, and more recently in other application fields such as videogames for a larger audience. Up to now, most of the research on BCI has been focused on the identification of cerebral patterns carrying useful information, and on signal-processing techniques for the detection of these patterns.

Speaker: 
Andéol Evain

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