3IA Côte d'Azur Scientific Days 2021

Published on November 29, 2021 Updated on November 30, 2021


We are pleased to announce the 2nd edition of the 3IA Côte d'Azur Scientific Days which will take place from November 30 to December 1, 2021. This event is reserved for 3IA Côte d'Azur chair holders, 3IA PhD students and 3IA post-doctoral researchers.

The venue of the Annual Scientific Meeting is Inria Sophia Antipolis, Kahn Building. You will have to give your name and take a badge at the reception desk in the Kahn Building. The Kahn Building is the first building you find on your right few meters away from the Inria reception desk. Detailed information about how to reach the venue are available here: https://www.inria.fr/en/how-get-inria-sophia-antipolis-mediterranee-center-and-its-montpellier-antenna

"Pass sanitaire" mandatory.

 

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Programme


Day 1 - NOVEMBER 30th


08:00 - 08:30 Setting up of posters


08:30 - 9:00 Welcome with coffee


9:00 - 9:30 Opening from the 3IA Direction
  • Charles Bouveyron (Director)
  • Nicholas Ayache (Scientific Director)
  • Serena Villata (Deputy Scientific Director)

09:30-10:30 Session 1 — Core elements of AI
Chair: Charles Bouveyron
  • 09:30 Serena Villata (CNRS) - Artificial argumentation for humans
  • 09:45 Motonobu Kanagawa (Eurecom) - Machine Learning for Computer Simulation
  • 10:00 Pierre-Alexandre Mattei (Inria) - Deep learning for dirty data: a statistical perspective
  • 10:30 Marco Gori (University of Siena) - Life-long learning: Can machines learn to see without visual databases?

10:30-11:00 Coffee break + Poster session presenting the activity of the more than 60 students of 3IA Côte d’Azur Institute in addition to the oral presentations of the more than 46 chair holders


11:00-12:30 Session 2 — AI for integrative computational medicine
Chair: Hervé Delingette
  • 11:00 Hervé Delingette (Inria) - Joint biological and imaging biomarkers in oncology
  • 11:15 Maria Zuluaga (EURECOM) - Learning-based Models in Medical Imaging: Closing the Gap towards Clinical Translation
  • 11:30 Francois Bremond (Inria) - Video analytics for human behavior understanding
  • 11:45 Jean-Pierre Merlet (Inria) - Non-invasive assessment of disabilities
  • 12:00 Maxime Sermesant (Inria) - AI and biophysical models for computational cardiology
  • 12:15 Nicholas Ayache (Inria) - AI for e-patients and e-medicine

12:30-14:00 Lunch break + Poster session by 3IA Côte d’Azur students


14:00-15:00 Session 3 — AI for computational biology and bio-inspired AI

Chair: Laure Blanc-Feraud
  • 14:00 Laure Blanc-Feraud (CNRS) - Imaging for biology
  • 14:15 Patricia Reynaud-Bouret (CNRS) - MEL: Modeling and estimating learning
  • 14:30 Benoit Miramond (UCA) - Bio inspired AI from neurosciences to embedded autonomous devices
  • 14:45 Pascal Barbry (CNRS) - Human Lung Atlas

15:00-16:00 Session 4 — AI for Smart and Secure Territories
Chair: Pierre Alliez
  • 15:00 Pierre Alliez (Inria) - 3D modeling of large-scale environments for the smart territory
  • 15:15 Paola Goatin (Inria) - Data driven traffic management
  • 15:30 Alix Lhéritier (Amadeus) - Improving the Air Travel Experience via Probabilistic Regression with Epistemic Uncertainty Estimation in Adversarial Scenarios
  • 15:45 David Gesbert (Eurecom) - Internet of Learning Thing, a machine learning approach to future IoT networks

16:00-16:30 Coffee break + Poster session by 3IA Côte d’Azur students


16:30 - 18:00 Session 5 — Core elements of AI
Chair: Serena Villata
  • 16:30 Jean-Charles Regin (UCA) - Decision Intelligence
  • 16:45 Francois Delarue (UCA) - Mean field multi-agent systems in AI
  • 17:00 Andrea Tettamanzi (UCA) - Towards an evolutionary epistemology of ontology learning
  • 17:15 Remi Flamary (UCA) - Optimal transport for machine learning
  • 17:30 Freddy Limpens (Mnemotix) - Big graphs’ evolution and temporality, Generic templating language for exploiting query results and Automatic generation of data validation shapes
  • 17:45 Fabien Gandon (Inria) - Combining artificial and augmented intelligence technics on and through the web

18:00 - 19:30 Cocktail + Poster session by 3IA Côte d’Azur students

 

DAY 2 — DECEMBER 1st, 2021

09:00 - 10:00 Session 6 — Core elements of AI
Chair: Serena Villata
  • 09:00 Charles Bouveyron (UCA) - Generative models for unsupervised and deep learning with complex data
  • 09:15 Giovanni Neglia (Inria) - Pervasive Sustainable Learning Systems (PERUSALS)
  • 09:30 Greger Ottosson (IBM) - Trustworthy AI and Explainable Decisions for Business Automation
  • 09:45 Marco Lorenzi (Inria) - Interpretability and security of statistical learning in healthcare

10:00 - 10:30 Coffee break + Poster session by 3IA Côte d’Azur students


10:30-11:30 Session 7 — AI for Smart and Secure Territories
Chair: Pierre Alliez
  • 10:30 Melek Önen (Eurecom) - Privacy-preserving machine learning
  • 10:45 Elena Di Bernardino (UCA) - Territorial Security through environmental risks management
  • 11:00 Marina Teller (UCA) - Deep law for tech (DL4T)
  • 11:15 Cédric Richard (UCA) - Distributed dark fiber optic sensing for smart cities monitoring

11:30 - 12:30 Session 8 — AI for computational biology and bio-inspired AI
Chair: Laure Blanc-Feraud
  • 11:30 Frederic Cazals (Inria) - AIMS: Artificial intelligence for molecular studies
  • 11:45 David Rouquie (Bayer) - Human health chemical risk assessments
  • 12:00 Ellen van Obberghen-Schilling (INSERM) - AI-powered analysis of the tumor microenvironment
  • 12:15 David Wales (University of Cambridge) - Solution landscapes for Machine Learning

12:30 - 14:00 Lunch break + Poster session by 3IA Côte d’Azur students


14:00 - 15:15 Session 9 — AI for integrative computational medicine
Chair: Hervé Delingette
  • 14:00 Sebastien Ourselin (King’s College London) - AI for Healthcare & Image-guided Interventions
  • 14:15 Olivier Humbert (UCA, CHU Nice) - Meeting the medical data challenges for AI-based precision medicine in oncology
  • 14:30 Vicente Zarzoso (UCA) - IAblation: Artificial Intelligence for patient-centered atrial fibrillation ablation
  • 14:45 Juliette Raffort-Lareyre (UCA, CHU Nice) - Applications of AI for patients with vascular diseases
  • 15:00 Rachid Deriche (Inria) - Computational brain connectomics

15:15 - 15:45 Coffee break + Poster session by 3IA Côte d’Azur students


15:45 - 17:00 Session 10 — Core elements of AI

Chair: Charles Bouveyron
  • 15:45 Elena Cabrio (UCA) - AI and natural language
  • 16:00 Carlos Simpson (UCA) - AI and mathematics
  • 16:15 Xavier Pennec (Inria) - Geometric statistics and geometric subspace learning
  • 16:30 Jean-Daniel Boissonnat (Inria) - Topological data analysis
  • 16:45 Maurizio Filippone (EURECOM) - Probabilistic machine learning

17:00 - 18:00 Closing remarks

 

Sanitary regulations

As you know very well, several sanitary regulations are currently in place to contain the Covid-19 pandemic: since they do have an impact on the organisation of scientific events like this one, it is important that we are all aware of them (https://www.gouvernement.fr/info-coronavirus). The main things to keep in mind are the following:
  • A valid Health Pass is needed to enter the Kahn building. If you don’t have it, you will be asked to show a PCR or antigenic test. Please note that from Monday 29 November 2021, only PCR and antigenic tests of less than 24 hours will represent a valid evidence of a "health pass".
  • Wearing facemasks is mandatory in every closed space, including the meeting venue itself.
  • All standard sanitary precautions still apply: wash your hands frequently and carefully, maintain a safe distance from other people in closed spaces, do not go out if you are feeling unwell, and in general do your best to comply with both the recommendations of the health authorities and your own common sense.