autres événements à Sophia Antipolis

Women in Computer Science of Tomorrow

Évènement passé - 2023
22 mai Ouverture des portes à 18h00 fin à 22h00
Le MK Bar, Av. Roumanille
06410 , Sophia Antipolis
We often hear that scientific research is a male-dominated field, and particularly computer science, the geek environment par excellence. However, women are increasingly present in research laboratories.

This event aims to introduce you to two up-and-coming female researchers in entirely different fields at two different stages of their careers. You will see that computer science research still has a bright future and that women are not left behind in this field.
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Constraint Programming: All Different - the difference constraint

Margaux Schmied (Master 2 Recherche et future doctorante, stagiaire dans le laboratoire de l’I3S équipe MDSC - Modèles Discrets pour les Systèmes Complexes)
Constraint programming is a paradigm for solving combinatorial problems that draw on a wide range of techniques from artificial intelligence, computer science, and operations research. In this field, the "All Different" constraint is a specialized constraint which forces every decision variable in a given group to assume a value different from the value of every other decision variable in that group.

The difficulties of physiological ultra-fine measurements, means of improvement and numerical interpretations

Juliette Barret (Doctorante à l’I3S - Laboratoire d'Informatique, Signaux et Systèmes de Sophia Antipolis)
Our body is constantly communicating. Researchers are interested in these signals to better understand the interactions that take place during physiological and pathological states, in order to propose new means of diagnosis and treatment, that can lead to more personalized medicine. This requires multidisciplinary work between the acquisition, understanding and processing of signals. Interdisciplinarity exercising in the use and research of new means of captures highlighting previously unknown physiological phenomena.
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