We are delighted to invite you to the first Meet Up! event organized by Hi! PARIS Center on September 21, 2022 (6-9 pm).
Hi! PARIS MEET UP! ON COMPUTER VISION
Wednesday 21 September, 6.00-9.00 PM (Paris Time)
Capgemini, 147 quai du Pdst Roosevelt, Issy-le-Moulineaux
How to acess the premises?
Mandatory registration for this in-person event
Computer Vision – The New Frontiers
Computer Vision is among the biggest and best-known successes of Artificial Intelligence in recent years. However, most existing approaches focus on very well-structured and data-rich settings, such as image classification, segmentation or captioning in the presence of large amounts of training data. In this meet up, we will explore some more recent avenues that expand the frontiers of Computer Vision and Artificial Intelligence. These include understanding complex actor interactions within videos, assessing perceptual and semantic concepts such as creativity within artworks, training with limited data, as well as Computer Vision on novel domains, such as 3D data.
Join us for both presentations by experts within these fields from Hi! PARIS institutions, as well as a general round table discussion around the topics of Computer Vision and beyond!
Welcome to the premises from 6.00 PM.
The event will start at 6.15 PM with a PhD student poster session, followed from 7.15 PM by the panel discussion with four Hi! PARIS researchers in this area:
- Mitali Banerjee, IP PARIS – HEC Paris
- Vicky Kalogeiton, IP PARIS – Ecole Polytechnique
- Maks Ovsjanikov, IP PARIS – Ecole Polytechnique
- Enzo Tartaglione, Hi! PARIS Chair holder, IP PARIS – Télécom Paris
As part of the discussion, researchers will also take questions from the audience.
A networking cocktail on the rooftop will follow the panel discussion from 8.15-9.00 PM.
Registration is free and mandatory.
The panel of the round table is composed of experts within these fields from Hi! PARIS institutions. They will give short presentations, as well as participate to a general round table discussion around the topics of Computer Vision and beyond!
Mitali Banerjee, HEC Paris
Mitali Banerjee is Assistant Professor of Strategy & Business Policy at HEC Paris. She completed her Ph.D. in Management from Columbia Business School in 2016. Before embarking on her PhD, she worked in investment banking and was a research associate in the Strategy division at Harvard Business School.
Her research combines computational tools with unique empirical contexts such as modern art, jazz and the executive search market to study how social structure and differentiation shape valuation in creative and managerial contexts
Vicky Kalogeiton, IP PARIS – Ecole Polytechnique
Vicky Kalogeiton is Assistant Professor in Computer Science at Ecole Polytechnique, conducting research at LIX, GeoViC team. She was previously a research fellow at VGG, University of Oxford working with Andrew Zisserman. She completed her PhD at the CALVIN group, University of Edinburg and the THOTH team, INRIA Grenoble in 2017.
Her research interests are computer vision, deep learning, and works on human-centric video understanding.
Maks Ovsjanikov, IP PARIS – Ecole Polytechnique
Maks Ovsjanikov is professor of computer science at Ecole Polytechnique, conducting research at LIX. He worked for Google in the Image Search team in Sunny Mountain View. In 2011, he graduated from Stanford University with a PhD in Computational Mathematics. Recently, he was awarded the 2018 Bronze medal from CNRS and an ERC Starting Grant for his project EXPROTEA: Exploring Relations in Structured Data with Functional Maps (2017-2022).
His research is primarily related to geometric (3D) shape analysis with emphasis on Deep Learning for non-rigid shape comparison and processing
Enzo Tartaglione, IP PARIS – Télécom Paris & Hi! PARIS Chair holderEnzo Tartaglione is Assistant Professor at Telecom Paris, conducting his resaerch at LTCI Multimedia Team. He completed his PhD in Physics at Politecnico di Torino in 2019. His research interests are broad : from the generalization problem to the compression of deep networks, to the application of deep learning to medicine (collaborating in the DeepHealth project).
The poster presenters
The event will start with a poster session giving the floor to five of our young promising researchers from Hi! PARIS institutions, in the area of Artificial Intelligence and Data Science.
- François Amat
- Lei Li
- Claire Linarès
- Daria Morozova
- David Perera