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We are at the heart of the current AI revolution Learning and adaptation algorithms based on data constitue the core of the developed systems.
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To achieve sustainable development goals, actors are reinventing themselves, transforming their ways of working. From living to AI.
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Join the AI revolution

The ETIS laboratory is at the heart of the current AI revolution. Learning and adaptation algorithms based on data constitue the core of the developed systems. Our skills are in the field of learning, optimization, large scale smart processing and low footprint computing.

Welcome to Etis

UMR CNRS 8051

ETIS is a joint research department between CYU Cergy Paris University, ENSEA Graduate School of Electrical Engineering and CNRS/INS2I. The department is currently headed by Prof. Olivier Romain assisted by Dr. Veronica Belmega.

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From February 2022, Mathias Quoy will spend 6 months at IPAL. From February 2022, Mathias Quoy will spend …

Lola Cañamero and Philippe Gaussier are the general chair of the 16th International Conference on the Simulation of …

In collaboration with ETIS, Central Washington University (USA) and Transilvania University of Brasov (Romania), we organise the 2nd …

Lola Cañamero (PU et Chaire INEX Neurosciences et Robotique au laboratoire ETIS, dans l’équipe Neurocybernétique) a donné une …

Clara Brémond introduces “Micro-Unet” architecture for brightfield image segmentation during GDR ISIS workshop. On 26th of November, Clara …

Student Paper Award for Sebastien Thomet at 34th DFT IEEE Conference Sebastien Thomet (PhD student, CELL team, STMicro) …

ETIS organises the first CNRS thematic school on Bioelectronics (December 13 to 17th 2021).  This school contributes to …

Computer-Aided Analysis of Gastrointestinal Videos presents the first dedicated volume on computer-aided gastrointestinal video analysis. GIANA (Gastro intestinal …

“Recent Trends and Perspectives in Cerebral Organoids Imaging and Analysis” to appear in Frontiers in Neuroscience (https://www.frontiersin.org/journals/neuroscience). This …