The PhD Seminars of Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée
The PhD Seminars of Inria Center At Université Côte d'Azur are organized and held by the PhD candidates of the STIC and SFA Doctoral Schools.
Their aim is to allow the participants to share their knowledge, and to promote collaborations, all in a friendly and interactive way. They are mainly addressed to and conducted by PhD students; however, postdocs, engineers and interns are more than welcome to participate to the talks.
If you are a PhD student or a post-doc, an engineer, or even an intern, we happily invite you to attend. You will most probably gain knowledge, maybe find solutions to unsolved problems, definitely learn more about other research fields, and don't forget that you will communicate with people, earn ECT credits, and more!
Seminars are organized every other Monday at 14:00 and they usually take place at the Euler Violet room of Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée.
You can find the program here .
See you there!
PhD seminars – 23th, january, 2023
PhD seminars – 23th, january 2023 Scientific presentation: Walid Djema – Biocore/Green owl team Bio-processes Abstract: to come Flash presentations: Tom Swagier (Epione team) Kilian Burgi (Masai team)
PhD seminars – 9th, january 2023
PhD seminars – 9th, january 2023 Masimba Nemaire – Factas team Title: Silent L^p magnetisations Abstract: to come Flash presentations: Alesia Herasimenka – Laureate Lafitte Prize 2022
PhD seminars – 5th, december 2022
PhD seminars – 5th, december 2022 Scientific presentation: Harikrishna Kuttivelil – Diana team Exploring Community Structures in Decentralized Edge Intelligence Abstract: As the number of connected devices continues to increase exponentially and intelligent applications and services continue to permeate these devices, the network edge has become a critical space for communication…
PhD seminars, 21th, November 2022
PhD seminar – 21th, November 2022 Mamoutou Diarra – Inria DIANE team Title: Enhanced Transport-Layer Mechanisms for MEC-Assisted Cellular Networks. Abstract: Addressing transport-layer issues in cellular networks is still a hot research topic, despite the fact that a wide range of solutions have been proposed over the last decades. One reason that…