Seminars at Naver Labs Europe
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22 February 2017

Humanoid robots in real environments

Speaker: Francesco Ferro, Chief Executive Officer, PAL Robotics, Barcelona, Spain
13 February 2017

Automatic handwriting recognition: is it a solved problem ?

Speaker: Christopher Kermorvant, chief executive officer and founder at TEKLIA, Paris, France
13 February 2017

Solving constraint optimization problems in big data environment

Speaker: María Teresa Gómez Lopez, lecturer at University of Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain
3 February 2017

Semantic segmentation from spherical cameras for audio-visual room understanding

Speaker: Teo de Campos associate professor at University of Brasilia, Brasilia, Brazil.
23 January 2017

Human-robot interaction: multimodality, learning, trust

Speaker: Serena Ivaldi, research scientist at Larsen team, INRIA Grand-Est, Nancy, France.
11 January 2017

From cliques to equilibria: dominant-set clustering and its applications

Speaker: Marcello Pelillo, professor, University of Venice, Venice, Italy. Abstract: The talk will provide an overview of “dominant sets”, a graph-theoretic notion of a cluster which generalizes the concept […]
11 January 2017

Regulating greed over time

Speaker: Stefano Tracà, doctoral candidate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA.
25 November 2016

Non-rigid shape from single images: from linear to deep learning formulations

Speaker: Francesc Moreno-Noguer, Professor at Institut de Robòtica i Informàtica Industrial, Barcelona, Spain.
25 November 2016

Engagement & adaptation: how human-robot interaction can help in everyday life

Speaker: Wafa Johal, Post Doc researcher at EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland.
21 November 2016

On extracting and using semantic information

Speaker: Martin Rezk, researcher at Rakuten Inc., Tokyo, Japan
21 November 2016

Discovering causation in data

Speaker: David Lopez-Paz, post-doctoral researcher at Facebook AI Research FAIR, Paris, France
2 November 2016

Redefining Aspect-based Sentiment Analysis: the ABSA challenge experience

Speaker: Maria Pontiki, researcher at Institute for Language and Speech Processing, Athens, Greece


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