Soutenance de thèse : Thibault Prouteau

PhD defence, Thibault Prouteau Date : 03/07/2024 Time : 14h00 Location : Le Mans Université; IC2 buiding Auditorium   Title: Graphs, Words, and Communities: Converging Paths to Interpretability with a Frugal Embedding Framework   Jury members : Vincent LABATUT, Assistant Professor, Université d’Avignon, Reviewer Christine LARGERON, Professor, Université Jean Monnet, Saint-Étienne, Reviewer Cécile BOTHOREL, Assistant […]

Extend self supervised representation models with features engineering for NLP of African Languages

Seminare from Paulin Mélatagia, Université Yaoundé 1, ESPERANTO secondee at LIUM   Date: 13/06/2024 Time: 14h00 Localization: IC2, Boardroom Speaker: Paulin Mélatagia     Extend self supervised representation models with features engineering for NLP of African Languages   Most of the African languages are low-resourced and their linguistic characteristics are different from those of the […]

Comment utiliser les plongements multilingues pour les langues peu dotées

Seminar from Martin Atangana Ongolo, PhD student at Université Yaoundé 1 and ESPERANTO secondee at LIUM   Date: 31/05/2024 Time: 14h00 Localization: IC2, Boardroom Speaker: Martin Atangana Ongolo     How to use multilingual embeddings for LRL(Low resources Languages)   The aim of this seminar is to present the problem of mapping quality for Low […]

Robustness of speaker recognition systems: additive noise, reverberation, and linguistic content variabilities

Seminar from Aran Mohammadamini, Postdoctoral fellow at LIUM   Date: 05/04/2024 Time: 10h15 Localization: IC2, Boardroom Speaker: Mohammad Mohammadamini     Robustness of speaker recognition systems: additive noise, reverberation, and linguistic content variabilities   Speaker recognition systems authenticate the identity of speakers from their speech utterances. In order to authenticate the identity of a claimed […]

Recrutement : thèse sur l’évaluation de la voix synthétique

Optimizing Human Intervention for Synthetic Speech Quality Evaluation: Active Learning for Adaptability Supervisor: Anthony Larcher (direction) and Meysam Shamsi Host team: LIUM – LST Localization: Le Mans Contact: meysam.shamsi(at)univ-lemans.fr   Context : The primary objective of Text-to-Speech (TTS), speech conversion and speech to speech translation system is to synthesize or generate a high-quality speech signal. […]

Traduction automatique de la parole en pictogrammes pour faciliter la communication de personnes en situation de handicap langagier

Seminar from Cécile Macaire, PhD student in the GETALP team at the LIG   Date: 22/03/2024 Time: 10h15 Localization: IC2, Boardroom Speaker: Cécile Macaire     Automatic translation of speech into pictograms to facilitate communication for people with language disabilities   When a person’s language skills (speech production and comprehension, reading, writing) are impaired or […]

PereFRALL

Thinking Franco-German relations (PereFRALL)Date: 09/2023 – 08/2024Funding: AutresCall: Amorçage interdisciplinaire MSH Ange-GuépinPartners: Centre de Recherche sur les identités, les Nations et l’Interculturalité (CRINI) (France)URL: https://lium.univ-lemans.fr/en/perefrall/LIUM Participant(s): Jane WottawaSummary When we think of Franco-German relations, it is clear that they are not described in the same terms on either side of the Rhine. While the figure […]

Contrat post-doctoral : transformers interprétables

Interpretable transformers Supervisor: Nicolas Dugué, Maître de conférences Host team : LIUM – LST Localization : Le Mans Contact : Nicolas.Dugue(at)univ-lemans.fr   Context : The ANR DIGING project. Recent approaches to learning lexical embeddings have focused on results, often to the detriment of interpretability and algorithmic complexity. However, interpretability and interaction with the results produced […]