I'm a PhD student in applied Mathematics since 2019 under the supervision of Madalena Chaves from Inria and Jérémie Roux from IRCAN. Together, we model a form of programmed cell death (apoptosis) triggered by anti-cancer drugs with deterministic systems, to understand fractional killing, a form of cellular persistance, and the associated cell sensitivity states, at the origin of many therapeutic failures in the fight against cancer.

PhD seminars – November, 7th, 2022

PhD seminar – 7th, November 2022 Bernard-Tamba Sandouno – Inria DIANE team Title: Accurate Mobile signal Power estimation Abstract: Ray Tracing is a propagation modelling approach that accurately estimates the signal power received by end users while taking into account the details of the environment in their vicinity. This accuracy is…

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PhD seminars – 27th, june 2022

Buntheng Ly – Université Côte d’Azur Title: Exploring The Relationship Between Left Ventricular Wall Thinning And Post-infarction Ventricular Arrhythmia Using Explainable Deep Learning On Computed Tomography Images   Abstract: The sudden cardiac death (SCD) is a major health concern in the developed country accounted for up to 400 000 deaths annually in…

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PhD seminars – 13th, june 2022

Florent Jousse – team EPIOME, Inria Sophia-Antipolis Title: How to train face morphable models with non-intersecting subspaces? Abstract: This presentation shows how to learn deformation spaces for 3d face meshes. Typically, a first deformation subspace encodes the possible identity changes while another encodes the possible facial expressions. It has been proposed to jointly…

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