PhD Student Club

The graduate student association

The PhD Student Club (aka graduate student association) aims to promote the integration of PhD students in ETIS and to participate in its scientific life by organizing events and seminars.

The Club is managed by a few PhD students from ETIS at ENSEA (Clara Brémond, Théo Serru) and ETIS at Saint-Martin (Louis L’Haridon).

The Club organizes outings or casual online meetings on a regular basis in order to create interactions between PhD students coming from a range of research groups.

We also hold a Journal Club twice a month, open to the whole lab and whose topic alternates between the various research themes at ETIS.

Finally we organise an annual PhD students all-day conference, an opportunity for every PhD student to present her work to a large audience in the form of short talks followed by a poster session.

Next journal club talks are:

Contacts

Clara Brémond: clara.bremond@ensea.fr

Théo Serru:
theo.serru@ensea.fr

Louis L’Haridon: louis.lharidon@ensea.fr

PhD students can find more ressources on the wiki, contact us to get access

Recent journal club talks are:

21th

January

2022

Alexandre Bordat presenting: An introduction to the problem of falls for elderly peoples

10th

December

2021

Veronica Belmega: About fear when speaking in public
Inspired from this video

19th

November

2021

Amine Khelif presenting: Security and privacy in Qi wireless charging (link to the article1 and article2)

15th

October

2021

Loic Jezequel: Representation learning via contrastive methods (first article, second article)

11th

June

2021

Abdelouafi El Otmani & Trang Lam: Deep learning for text writing: attribution of royalties and identification of irony.

28th

May

2021

Sylvain Colomer: “ORB-SLAM: A Versatile and Accurate Monocular SLAM System”

7th

May

2021

Louis Regnacq: “A computational framework for the design and optimization of peripheral neural interfaces” (available here)

24th

Avril

2021

Cecilia Tarpau and Ishak Ayad: Contribution of artificial intelligence for segmentation and reconstruction of tomographic images