LST half-day

LST half-day   Le 20 décembre aura lieu la demi-journée de l’équipe LST. A cette occasion, les chercheurs —jeunes et plus confirmés — présenteront leurs thématiques de recherche.   Après la présentation de l’équipe par son responsable, Sylvain Meignier, les deux axes de recherche, locuteur et langage, seront introduits par Anthony Larcher et Natalie Camelin […]

Apprentissage actif, interprétation et contrôle pour la synthèse neuronale de parole expressive

Active learning, interpretation and control for neural synthesis of expressive speech   Supervisor: Sylvain Meignier and Anthony Larcher Co-supervisor(s): Marie Tahon Mails : prenom.nom@univ-lemans.fr Application deadline : 22 May 2020   Context : The thesis will take place at the Laboratoire d’Informatique de l’Université du Mans (LIUM) in the LST (Language and Speech Technology) team. […]

Extraction d’informations sémantiques end-to-end à partir du signal audio

Extraction of end-to-end semantic information from an audio signal     Supervisor: Sylvain Meignier Co-Supervisor(s) : Antoine Laurent, Nathalie Camelin, Nicolas Dugué Keywords: Speech recognition and understanding, End2End approaches, neural networks, gender Application deadline : 22 May 2020 Context : This thesis is part of the research topics of the Language and Speech Technologies (LST) […]

Word embeddings temporels : néologismes, biais de genre, corpus des actualités françaises

Temporal word embeddings: neologisms, gender bias, corpus of French news   Supervisor: Sylvain Meignier Co-supervisor(s): Nicolas Dugué and Nathalie Camelin Mails : prenom.nom@univ-lemans.fr Application deadline : 22 May 2020   Keywords: Word embeddings, temporal corpus, gender study, neologism detection, media   Context : La télévision, la production littéraire et internet fournissent des traces de notre […]

Thèse : Intelligence Artificielle pour une compréhension de la parole contrôlée par la sémantique

Intelligence Artificielle pour une compréhension de la parole contrôlée par la sémantique   Supervisor: Sylvain Meignier Co-supervisor(s): Nathalie Camelin et Antoine Laurent Mails : prenom.nom@univ-lemans.fr Application deadline : 22 May 2020   Context : This thesis is part of the research topics of the Language and Speech Technologies (LST) team at the Laboratoire Informatique de […]

Kevin Vythelingum

PhD defence, Kevin Vythelingum Date : 10/12/2019 Heure : 13h30 Lieu : Board room, IC2 building, LIUM, Le Mans Université Title : Rapid, efficient and joint construction of speech recognition and synthesis systems for new languages Jury members : Reviewers: – Martine ADDA-DECKER (LPP, Université Paris 3 Sorbonne) – Denis JOUVET (LORIA, INRIA Nancy) Examiners: […]

Anthony Larcher, speaker invité au workshop Life Long Learning d’ASRU 2019

Anthony Larcher is an invited speaker at the Life Long Learning for Spoken Language Systems Workshop colocated with ASRU 2019 in Singapore from 14 to 18th of December. The workshop will bring together experts in spoken language systems whose research focuses on solving problems related to continual improvement of speech processing systems such as conversational […]

PostDoc position: evolutive end-to-end neural networks for speaker recognition

Contrat postdoctoral: Evolutive end-to-end neural networks for speaker recognition   Host Laboratory : LIUM, équipe LST, https://lium.univ-lemans.fr/lium/lst/ Site : Le Mans University, France Supervisor : Anthony Larcher (LIUM) Duration : 24 months, Starting date : asap, end of Jaune 2020 at the latest Mots clef : Deep Learning, evolutive networks, genetic algorithms, explainability, speaker recognition, […]

Contrat postdoctoral: Développement de systèmes autonomes

Contrat postdoctoral: Development of autonomous systems   Host Laboratory : LIUM, équipe LST, https://lium.univ-lemans.fr/lium/lst/ Site : Le Mans University, France Supervisors : Anthony Larcher (LIUM), Loïc Barrault (University of Sheffield) Duration : One-year contract, Starting date : asap, end of January 2020 at the latest Keywords : Deep Learning, lifelong, autonomous systems, unsupervised learning, active-learning, […]

Participation du LIUM à Campus Sonore

LIUM’s participation in Campus sonore   During the international sound biennial “Le Mans sonore” LIUM participates in Campus sonore with demonstrations of speech, translation and speaker recognition on 7 and 8 December. The speech signal contains a lot of information, some of which is related to the identity of the speaker. For this day, LIUM […]