On Tuesday 11 January, a day of awareness-raising on gender stereotypes and post-baccalaureate orientation was held for a mixed audience of high school students. This day was organised by the associations Animath and Femmes&Maths.
On Thursday 9 December, the international day to raise awareness among young girls about scientific and technical professions took place. Nathalie Camelin, Nicolas Dugué and Marie Tahon spoke to the students of the Touchard high school in partnership with the association "Elles bougent".
Find the podcast of Anthony Larcher's intervention on France Bleu Maine at this address: https://www.francebleu.fr/emissions/2-minutes-pour-explorer-avec-maine-sciences/maine
The human assisted speaker diarization platform enables a human annotator to correct the output of any speaker diarization system by providing a graphical view of the diarization segmentation and clustering steps and guiding the human annotator to optimize the correction process and easily improve the resulting diarization.
The paper SINr: fast computing of Sparse Interpretable Node Representations is not a sin! recieved the best paper award at the 19th Symposium on Intelligent Data Analysis (IDA 2021).
Congrats to Thibault Prouteau, Nicolas Dugué, Nathalie Camelin and Sylvain Meignier!
International scientific cooperation Marie Slodowska Curie RISE : Great succes for Le Mans Universtity
The paper "Lecture instrumentation based on synchronous speech transcription" received Best paper award at the CSEDU conference.
Congradulations to Malik Koné, Madeth May, Sébastien Iksal and Souleymane Oumtanaga!
The paper "Lecture instrumentation based on synchronous speech transcription" received BEST PAPER AWARD at ICALT.
Congradulations to Vincent Bettenfeld, Christophe Choquet and Claudine Piau-Toffolon !
Bravo à Kévin VYTHELINGUM qui a reçu le « Prix du Poster » lors du 15e Forum Jeunes Recherche destiné aux doctorants et organisé par le Pôle doctoral de l’université.