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  • Center for Visual Computing
    label will be a parameter of the graphical model Learning We need to estimate the parameters of the model Typically this is done bycollecting training samples with annotations that represent the ground truth output of the corresponding input Ideally the parameters should be estimated such that the score of the ground truth output is greater than the score of all other outputs while avoiding overfitting to the training data Optimization Given the score function whose parameters have been estimated using thetraining data we would like to efficiently obtain the most likely output for a previously unseen input This requires maximizing the score over all possible labelings of the unobserved random variables which we shall henceforth refer to as inference in a more restricted sense than visual inference above COMPUTER VISION Object Detection Given an image or a video depicting a natural scene the goal of objectDetection is to localize the instances of an object category of interest such as car or person The localization is normally represented by a bounding box of the object Pose Estimation Given an image or a video containing an object the goal of pose estimationis to automatically deduce the pose of the object For example the pose of a person is represented by the location scale and rotation of the head the torso and the half limbs Action Classification Given an image or a video containing an object the goal of action classification is to classify it as positive that is the object is performing an action of interest such as jumping or running or negative that is the object is not performing an action of interest Semantic Segmentation Given an image or a video the goal of semantic segmentation is tolabel each pixel or voxel as its semantic class such as car person tree or road BIOMEDICAL IMAGE ANALYSIS Motion Estimation Given a sequence of biomedical acquisitions taken over a period of time The goal of motion estimation is to determine the pixel voxel corresponding to each pixel voxelin the previous time step which can amount to estimating a non rigid potentially infinite dimensional deformation field Image Registration Given two biomedical acquisitions of the same organ obtained fromthe same or different subjects the goal of image registration is to establish a point to point correspondence between the pixels voxels of the organ Similar to motion estimation the point correspondences do not obey a simple form such as rigid transformations Image Segmentation Given a biomedical acquisition the goal is to label each pixel voxel as belonging to a class such as foreground or background or different muscle groups APPLICATION DOMAINS Complex industrial systems automation optical flow robotics non destructive control Automotive computer assisting driving cruise control parking assistance Health computer aided diagnosis computer assisted surgery image biomarkers HIGHLIGHTS OF THE YEAR MICROSOFT RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP Pawan Kumar proposal on machine learning was retained for funding in the context of this program COURSERA Pawan Kumar Mudigonda Nikos Paragios introduced a new MOOC course MOOC means Massive Open

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  • PhD Defenses
    design École Centrale Paris 3rd floor room D401 Dumas building 02 30 p m 01 27 2012 DAHL Anna MSSMat Experimental study and local approach of cleavage crack arrest in a bainitic steel École Centrale Paris 1st floor Conference room Dumas building 10 00 a m 01 27 2012 PRUVOST Florent MAS Parallel numerical methods for large scale power systems simulations École Centrale Paris 1st floor Conference room Dumas building 03 00 p m 01 26 2012 YAVUZ Hande MSSMat The incorporation of carbon nanotubes grafted carbon fibers CNTs CF into polymer matrices provides highly enhanced mechanical electrical and thermal properties to the materials They are ideal candidates to be integrated into structural and functional applications in the fields of aerospace automobile defense and sport industries The aim of this PhD thesis is to establish an efficient technique to produce carbon fiber composites with multifunctional properties We study the adaptation of a plasma technique for polymer deposition on the surface of carbon fibers CFs and carbon nanotubes grafted carbon fibers CNTs CF The plasma polymer deposition on CNTs CF is not performed only to keep nanotubes on the carbon fiber surface for safety reasons but it is also applied to retain the bulk properties of those materials École Centrale Paris room C211 Dumas building 02 00 p m 01 25 2012 LEBOVITS Joachim MAS Stochastic Calculus with respect to multifractional Brownian motion and applications to mathematical finance École Centrale Paris room C211 Dumas building 01 00 p m 01 23 2012 CLÉMENT LAROSIÈRE Barbara LGPM Etude de la croissance de Chlorella vulgaris en photobioréacteur batch et continu en présence de concentrations élevées de CO2 École Centrale Paris room C211 Dumas building 02 00 p m 01 16 2012 LIN Youqin MSSMat Deposition of a carbon or polypyrrole nano layer on

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  • News
    2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 2012 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 2011 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 2010 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 Visit from Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research KISR 21 10 2015 Dr Naji Mohamed Al Mutairi Director General of Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research KISR has visited the campus of Châtenay Malabry of CentraleSupélec in the context of an official visit in France of Mr Jaber Moubarak al Ahmad al Sabah Prime Minister of Kuwait In the morning the Kuwaiti delegation has met the French Prime Minister Manuel Valls and sign a scientific collaboration contract with the University of Perpignan Via Domitia UPVD aiming to work on a seawater desalination project produced by sustainable energy solar technologies CentraleSupélec taking part in this French Kuwaiti collaboration Mrs Nadine Brière Deputy Director of CentraleSupélec will sign the agreement during the ceremony held at Matignon the Prime Minister House in Paris Indeed in France this project will create a consortium between including UPVD CentraleSupélec and companies specialized in solar energy production energy storage desalination and engineering Being invloved LGPM Chemical Engineering and Materials research laboratories of CentraleSupélec will work in collaboration with the industrial actors of the project As part of the program the KISR delegation will pay a visit to CentraleSupélec They will meet with the researcher teams as well as visit the LGPM and LGI Industrial Engineering laboratories amenties

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  • Physical Properties of Materials and Modelling Laboratory (SPMS) - CNRS-UMR 8580
    For theoretical aspects we focus on the development of new functionals and approaches within the Density Functional Theory and on the treatment of quantum effects through molecular dynamics From the experimental point of view we could mention the non photochemical laser induced nucleation and the specific methods for the joint analysis of solids from different experiences diffraction Compton This research is developed with the Parma University of Paris sud For this reason all these methods have been widely applied to molecular drugs but other systems include thermoelectric or dielectric oxides APPLICATION FIELDS Nuclear industry ceramic materials for the 4th generation reactors functional ceramics multilayer supercapacitors piezoelectric transducers electrostrictive actuators biomedical field pharmaceutical industry hydrogen technologies nanostructured ceramics Examples UNDERSTANDING NANOSCLA EPHENOMENA IN ADVANCED NUCLEAR FUELS Nuclear fuel safety efficiency and waste management are fundamental challenges that underpin techn ology development for advanced nuclear energy systems The problem of understanding and developing a predictive capability for the evolution of fuels is challenging even for phenomena that appear simple Our research is aimed to understand microstructural evolutions and phase stability under relevant chemical and physical conditions chemistry and structural evolution at interfaces using neutron scattering numerical models andspectroscopies Raman tracer diffusion impedance in uranium based oxides and fission product solutions representing model nuclear fuels and waste forms One of the results of our improved description of uranium oxidation on an atomic level is the assessment of a new model for the oxidation kinetics of nuclear fuels in accident scenarii Figure Experimental and simulated atomic scale changes of the O ion sublattice as the oxidation progresses in a uranium oxide fuels left UO2 24 right UO2 33 Reference D A Andersson G Baldinozzi L Desgranges D R Conradson S D Conradson Inorganic Chemistry 03 2013 52 5 2769 78 MORPHOGENESIS MECHANISMS OF FERROELECTRIC NANO OBJECTS Ferroelectric nano objects are the next generation bricks for advanced microelectronic We have recently classified the different mechanisms at play during synthesis of these objects some of them based on Turing original ideas about competing chemical reactions We have also shown that depending of the shape of these objects hyper toroidal momentum of polarization could be used to build ultra high density memories Figure Morphogenesis mechanisms of ferroelectric nano objects References C Bogicevic G Thorner F Karolak P Haghi Ashtiani J M Kiat Nanoscale 2015 7 3594 3603 G Thorner J M Kiat C Bogicevic I Kornev Phys Rev 2014 B89 220103 R NON PHOTOCHEMICAL LASER INDUCED NUCLEATION NPLIN is a technique that allows the controlling of nucleation through laser light The laser intensity and polarization circular linear can be used to control the nucleation speed and polymorphic form Briefly a LASER light 532 nm 7 ns 10 Hz is applied on a supersaturated i e metastable solution of an organic species Once this solution is submitted to laser light during a short time typically few seconds some minutes to hours after micrometric crystallites are detected via an optical microscope indicating that nucleation has been induced by LASER

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  • Doctorate Engineering Sciences, Paris, France, PhD, Centrale Paris
    each year Administrative details may be obtained from École Centrale Paris Service des Admissions Grande Voie des Vignes F 92295 Châtenay Malabry Cedex Phone 33 0 1 41 13 11 29 or 33 0 1 41 13 11 96 Fax 33 0 1 41 13 15 13 Email admissions ecp fr Doctorate entrance requirements French or foreign students who hold a Master s Degree may apply and register for a PhD The Master s Degree requirement may be waived in exceptional circumstances where a candidate has already benefited from a recognized introduction to research or has already undertaken a personal research project The final decision is taken by the Director of the École Centrale Paris following the candidate s proposal by the Supervisor The usual time taken for the completion of a PhD is 3 years Candidates who have satisfactorily passed their viva are awarded the title of Docteur de l École Centrale Paris in the speciality in which they carried out their research Closing date for applications is November 15th Application files may be obtained from École Doctorale École Centrale Paris Grande Voie des Vignes 92 295 Châtenay Malabry Cedex FRANCE Phone 33 1 41 13 11 92 or

    Original URL path: http://www.ecp.fr/home/Research/Doctoral_Studies/Doctorate (2015-12-30)
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  • The doctoral School: Entrance requirements
    Entrance requirements Doctorate entrance requirements French or foreign students who hold a Master s Degree may apply and register for a PhD The Master s Degree requirement may be waived in exceptional circumstances where a candidate has already benefited from a recognized introduction to research or has already undertaken a personal research project The final decision is taken by the Director of the École Centrale Paris following the candidate s proposal by the Supervisor The usual time taken for the completion of a PhD is 3 years Candidates who have satisfactorily passed their viva are awarded the title of Docteur de l École Centrale Paris in the speciality in which they carried out their research Closing date for applications is November 15th Application files may be obtained from École Doctorale École Centrale Paris Grande Voie des Vignes 92 295 Châtenay Malabry Cedex FRANCE Phone 33 1 41 13 11 92 or 33 1 41 13 13 13 Fax 33 1 41 13 17 21 Email ecole doctorale ecp fr For information 2014 2015 Tuition fees 450 20 Tuition Fees 391 International student Identity Card ISIC 5 Student Health Insurance 215 Doctoral Studies Admission Phone 33 1 41 13 11 92

    Original URL path: http://www.ecp.fr/PhD_Eligibility_Conditions (2015-12-30)
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  • Doctoral fellowships
    des rayons X haute résolution Determination at the molecular level of the deformation density the electrostatic properties of some drugs from a high resolution X ray diffraction Download PhD proposal Étude de nanostructures paraélectriques quantiques Download PhD proposal Fundamental study of oxygen exchange and diffusion in cathode materials for fuel cells Download PhD proposal Mechanics Structures and Materials MSSMat UMR CNRS 8579 Website Identification d une loi cristalline par mesures de champs multimodales Identification of a crystalline constitutive law from multimodal field measurements Download PhD proposal Approche multi échelle et multi physique de la conductivité thermique des nanocomposites Download PhD proposal Étude de nano micro contact pour les nanotubes et les nanocomposites Download PhD proposal Adaptativité en modèle et en maillage pour la modélisation du développement d un embryon de drosophil e Download PhD proposal Conception d un bioréacteur à perfusion pour la production de volumes cliniques de substituts osseux A perfusion bioreactor to produce large volume of bone substitute Download PhD proposal Chemical Engineering LGPM EA 4038 Website Modélisation double échelle de la transformation aérobie et anaérobie de la biomasse Dual scale modeling of the aerobic and anaerobic transformation of biomass feedstocks Download PhD proposal Fonctionnalisation de surfaces de Titane Comportement en tribocorrosion de surfaces de titane anodisées et bio modifiées Functionality of Ti surfaces Tribocorrosion of Titanium samples anodized and bio modified Download PhD proposal Les surfaces d alliages inoxydables étude et modélisation des processus d auto restauration de couches passives localement endommagées par action mécanique en milieu aqueux Une approche multi échelles appliquée à l optimisation de la résistance à l usure et à la corrosion Surfaces of stainless alloys study and modeling of the processes of the self healing passive film damaged locally by mechanical action in contact with aqueous medium A multi scale approach for the optimization of the wear and corrosion resistance Download PhD proposal Étude de l intensification des transferts interfaciaux assistés par vibration application en extraction liquide liquide et par émulsions Enhancement of interfacial mass transfer by vibration application to solvent extraction Download PhD proposal Applied Mathematics and Systems MAS EA 4037 Website Application de la théorie des réseaux dynamiques à l étude du risque systémique Download PhD proposal Assimilation de données et réduction d incertitudes dans les modèles de prévision de culture Download PhD proposal Méthodes parcimonieuses en estimation et en détection Download PhD proposal Segmentation complétion et prédiction dans les réseaux aléatoires dynamiques Download PhD proposal Stochastic differential equations driven by multifractional and multistable noises in a white noise approach Équations différentielles stochastiques dirigées par des bruits multifractionnaires et multistables via une approche bruit blanc Download PhD proposal Analyse de l angiogénèse tumorale par DCE imagerie Développement de nouveaux outils pour améliorer la quantification Procedural Modeling of architectures towards large scale image based modeling of urban environments Download PhD proposal Industrial Engineering LGI EA 2606 Website Collaboration dans les systèmes de service Application aux centres d appels Collaboration in service systems Application to call centers Download PhD proposal Réseaux sociaux

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  • List of corporations, Partners, Ecole Centrale Paris
    DASSAULT AVIATION DELOITTE EDF EIFFAGE ERAMET ESI GROUP EY FAURECIA FAYAT FIVES GDF SUEZ GENERALI GLOBAL VISION SYSTEMS GROUPE ATLANTIC GROUPE CASINO GROUPE CRÉDIT AGRICOLE GROUPE EGIS GROUPE NGE GROUPE RENAULT GROUPE ROULLIER GROUPE SEB KEA PARTNERS KLEE GROUP L OREAL LEON GROSSE LOUIS VUITTON MALLETIER MAZARS MCKINSEY CIE MICHELIN NEOLANE NETGEM OC C STRATEGY CONSULTANTS OCTO TECHNOLOGY OLIVER WYMAN ORANGE PSA PEUGEOT CITROEN PWC RATP ROLAND BERGER STRATEGY CONSULTANT SAFRAN SAGEMCOM SCHLUMBERGER SETEC SNCF SOCIÉTÉ GÉNÉRALE SOLETANCHE BACHY SOLUCOM SOPRA GROUP SPIE BATIGNOLLES SUBSEA7 SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT Groupe GDF SUEZ SYNTEC CONSEIL THALES THOMSON REUTERS TOTAL TRACTEBEL ENGINEERING Groupe GDF SUEZ UNIBAIL RODAMCO VALLOUREC VEOLIA ENVIRONNEMENT VINCI CONSTRUCTION 3 rd YEAR OPTIONS SPONSORING COMMITTEES IN 2013 2014 Applied Mathematics AIRBUS GROUP AXA FRANCE BNP PARIBAS CEA DELOITTE EDF ESI GROUP EY GENERALI GROUPE CRÉDIT AGRICOLE SOCIÉTÉ GÉNÉRALE THOMSON REUTERS Applied Physics ALTIS SEMICONDUCTOR CEA ESI GROUP SCHLUMBERGER THALES Computing and Advanced Systems Engineering ACCENTURE AIRBUS GROUP ALTIS SEMICONDUCTOR AMADEUS AREVA FIVES GLOBAL VISION SYSTEMS KLEE GROUP NEOLANE NETGEM OCTO TECHNOLOGY RATP SAFRAN SAGEMCOM SCHLUMBERGER SOCIÉTÉ GÉNÉRALE SOLUCOM SOPRA GROUP THALES Energy AIR LIQUIDE AREVA CEA COLOMBUS CONSULTING EDF EIFFAGE ERAMET FIVES GDF SUEZ PSA PEUGEOT CITROËN TOTAL VALLOUREC VEOLIA ENVIRONNEMENT Industrial Engineering BAIN COMPANY BCG CARREFOUR EDF EIFFAGE FAURECIA FIVES GENERALI GROUPE CASINO GROUPE RENAULT GROUPE SEB L OREAL LOUIS VUITTON MALLETIER MICHELIN OLIVER WYMAN PSA PEUGEOT CITROËN ROLAND BERGER STRATEGY CONSULTANTS SAFRAN SNCF VALLOUREC Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering AIRBUS GROUP DASSAULT AVIATION EIFFAGE GROUPE RENAULT MICHELIN PSA PEUGEOT CITROËN SAFRAN Sustainable Civil Engineering and Urbanism BOUYGUES CONSTRUCTION COLAS EDF EIFFAGE FAYAT GROUPE EGIS GROUPE NGE LEON GROSSE SETEC SNCF SOLETANCHE BACHY SPIE BATIGNOLLES SUBSEA7 TRACTEBEL ENGINEERING Groupe GDF SUEZ UNIBAIL RODAMCO VINCI CONSTRUCTION 3 rd YEAR Filières SPONSORING COMMITTEES IN 2013 2014 Innovative Systems Development Industrialisation AIRBUS GROUP AMADEUS

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