LIG Keynote Speeches

Les Grandes Conférences du LIG - The LIG Keynote Speeches
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LIG
 -  05 octobre 2017
 

What would you do with billions of source code files? News from Software Heritage

Roberto DI COSMO

Software is at the heart of our digital society and embodies a growing part of our scientific, technical and organisational knowledge, to the point that we can say it is now part of our cultural heritage. The Software Heritage project's stated mission is to ensure that this precious body of knowledge will be preserved over time and made available to all.

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Les Grandes Conférences du LIG - The LIG Keynote Speeches
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LIG
 -  01 juin 2017
 

Induction and Machine Learning. What the second tells about the first and is induction finally a closed problem?

Antoine CORNUÉJOLS

Induction, the act of drawing general conclusions from specific observations, is an ubiquitous phenomenon in many cognitive processes.

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Les Grandes Conférences du LIG - The LIG Keynote Speeches
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LIG
 -  04 mai 2017
 

Local search for clustering type problems

Claire MATHIEU

Local search is a popular heuristic to find solutions to hard problems. How good are those solutions?

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Les Grandes Conférences du LIG - The LIG Keynote Speeches
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LIG
 -  06 avril 2017
 

The Security and Privacy Challenges Raised by Precision Medicine

Jean-Pierre HUBAUX

Jean-Pierre Hubaux is a full professor at the School of Information and Communication Sciences of EPFL. Through his research, he contributes to laying the foundations and developing the tools to protect privacy in tomorrow’s hyper-connected world.

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Les Grandes Conférences du LIG - The LIG Keynote Speeches
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LIG
 -  02 mars 2017
 

Reproducible Research: Where do we stand ?

Arnaud LEGRAND

Reproducibility of experiments and analysis by others is one of the pillars of modern science. Yet, the description of experimental protocols, software, and analysis is often lacunar and rarely allows a third party to reproduce a study.

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Les Grandes Conférences du LIG - The LIG Keynote Speeches
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LIG
 -  02 février 2017
 

Visualizing [Dense, Dynamic, Complex] Networks

Jean-Daniel FEKETE

Visualization is about making sense of potentially large and complex structures by finding an adequate graphical representation that our visual and cognitive systems can process effectively.

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Les Grandes Conférences du LIG - The LIG Keynote Speeches
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LIG
 -  05 janvier 2017
 

Vers un système de traduction automatisée par ordinateur (TAO) capable d'assurer une communication de haute qualité entre les centaines de langues du Web

Christian BOITET

Christian Boitet est venu à Grenoble en 1970 dans le cadre du CNRS pour faire de la recherche en TA au CETA avec le professeur Bernard Vauquois, sur l

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Les Grandes Conférences du LIG - The LIG Keynote Speeches
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LIG
 -  01 décembre 2016
 

The IX Operating System: Combining Low Latency, High Throughput and Efficiency in a Protected Dataplane

Edouard BUGNION

Edouard Bugnion joined EPFL as a Professor in 2012, where his focus is on datacenter systems (http://dcsl.epfl.c

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Les Grandes Conférences du LIG - The LIG Keynote Speeches
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LIG
 -  10 novembre 2016
 

Modélisation cognitive des unités de la parole

Jean-Luc SCHWARTZ

Jean-Luc Schwartz, directeur de recherche au CNRS, a dirigé l’ICP (Institut de la Communication Parlée, Grenoble France) de 2003 à 2006.

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Les Grandes Conférences du LIG - The LIG Keynote Speeches
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LIG
 -  06 octobre 2016
 

Electronic voting : How logic can help

Véronique CORTIER

Véronique Cortier is CNRS research director at Loria (Nancy, France). In 2003, she received her Ph.D.

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