Category: Post-Doc

Sep 13 2017

Melissa Ailem, Shuxia Tang and Georgios Bouloukakis: Awardees of the 2017 Inria@SiliconValley Post-Doctoral Fellowships

Every year Inria@SiliconValley launches a call for Post-Doc Fellowships. After a tough competition, we are please to congratulate Melissa Ailem, Shuxia Tang and Georgios Bouloukakis who have been selected!   Melissa Ailem will conduct her post-Doc within the LEGO associate team between the MAGNET Inria Team (Lille) and Fei Sha‘s team at USC. “Transfer and multi-modal learning of word representations” Recently, word …

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Feb 03 2017

Inria@SiliconValley Post-Doctoral Fellowship Opportunity – 2017

In 2017, Inria offers 2 Post-Doc fellowships in the framework of the Inria@SiliconValley program. Extended deadline for application is April 15th, 2017. Postdoctoral grants are allocated to support existing associate teams as well as collaborations between Inria and California teams. Candidates interested in the projects currently supported by the Inria@SiliconValley program or projects under preparation for this program are welcome …

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Sep 13 2016

Nina Miolane and Ziran Zhang: Awardees of the 2016 Inria@SiliconValley Post-Doctoral Fellowship

Every year Inria@SiliconValley launches a call for Post-Doc Fellowships. After a tough competition, we are please to congratulate Nina Miolane and Ziran Zhang who have been selected.   Nina Miolane will conduct her post-Doc within the GeomStats associate team between the ASCLEPIOS Inria Team (Sophia-Antipolis) and Susan Holmes’ team at Stanford University: “Geometric Hierarchical Model of the …

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Jun 21 2016

Inria@SiliconValley Post-Doc: George Koulieris presents his work

George Alex Koulieris received his PhD from the School of Electronic and Computer Engineering of the Technical University of Crete, Greece in Computer Graphics and Perception. George’s PhD work focused on human gaze prediction that is based on semantic features of the rendered scene (inter-objects relationships and general context). The novel gaze prediction algorithms developed …

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Jul 15 2015

Inria@SiliconValley Post-Doc: Sara Hachem presents her work

The Urban Civics Project is part of the CityLab@Inria collaboration with University of California Berkeley towards establishing ICT solutions for smart cities, with the main focus being on engaging citizens towards environmental sustainability and data democratization. To support the research & development of the Urban Civics project, an Inria@SiliconValley postdoctoral research fellowship was awarded to …

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May 11 2015

Inria@SiliconValley Post-Doc: Gylfi Þór Guðmundsson presents his work

Gylfi received his Phd. from Rennes 1 University in 2013. The topic of his thesis was “Parallelism and Distribution for Very Large Scale Content Based Image Retrieval”. During this time, he worked with Hadoop and took part in experiments that involved hundreds of machines from Grid’ 5000 and as many as 100 million images (tens …

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Apr 15 2015

Inria@SiliconValley Post-Doc: Jessica Oakes presents her work

Jessica Oakes received her PhD from University of California San Diego in Mechanical Engineering.  She started collaborating with the CARDIO team during a three-month internship in 2011 and returned as a Whitaker Postdoctoral Scholar for a year in 2014.  Jessica is now continuing her work with the support of an  Inria@SiliconValley postdoctoral fellowship. Jessica’s research interests …

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Mar 13 2015

Towards better means for democratic assembly and collective action: the AppCivist Project

Inria with CITRIS and its partners at University of California Berkeley have engaged into research collaboration on smart cities, leveraging their related initiatives in the area among which the CityLab@Inria Project Lab – under creation at Inria – and the CITRIS core initiatives on “Data and Democracy” and “Intelligent Infrastructure”. AppCivist is part of this …

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Apr 22 2014

(Interview) Eugen Feller talks about his experience as an Inria@SiliconValley Post-doc

Eugen Feller is finishing up his Postdoctoral Fellowship with the DALHIS associate team in the framework of  the Inria@SiliconValley program. Let’s take a look back on how he got where he is now. So Eugen, how did you end up at Inria first? I received the Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Computer Science from …

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