The LRDE is a research laboratory under the tutelage of EPITA, Graduate School of Computer Science.
Building on its solid scientific production and academic collaborations, the laboratory has industrial contracts, conducts internal research projects and participates in collaborative academic research projects.
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- LRDE Student Seminar : 2019 students present their work. — 16 January 2019
- You can find the programme here. Seminars are free and open to anyone.
- Publication Finite Automata Theory Based Optimization of Conditional Variable Binding in European Lisp Symposium — 14 January 2019
- Publication Motion Compensation in Digital Holography for Retinal Imaging in Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI) — 19 December 2018
- Lê Duy Huynh defends his PhD thesis "Taking into account inclusion and adjacency information in morphological hierarchical representations, with application to the extraction of text in natural images and videos" at EPITA at 10 am. — 13 December 2018
- Publication Intervertebral Disc Segmentation Using Mathematical Morphology—A CNN-Free Approach in Proceedings of the 5th MICCAI Workshop & Challenge on Computational Methods and Clinical Applications for Spine Imaging (CSI) — 26 November 2018
- Jim Newton defends his PhD thesis "Representing and Computing with Types in Dynamically Typed Languages" at EPITA at 10 am. — 20 November 2018
- Publication Segmentation of Gliomas and Prediction of Patient Overall Survival: A Simple and Fast Procedure. in Proceedings of the Workshop on Brain Lesions (BrainLes)in conjunction with MICCAI — 5 November 2018
- Publication Representing and Computing with Types in Dynamically Typed Languages — 1 November 2018
- Publication Deep Neural Networks for Aberrations Compensation in Digital Holographic Imaging of the Retina in Proceedings of the SPIE Conference on Adaptive Optics and Wavefront Control for Biological Systems V — 25 October 2018
- Publication An Image Processing Library in Modern C++: Getting Simplicity and Efficiency with Generic Programming in Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Reproducible Research in Pattern Recognition (RRPR) — 25 October 2018