Telecom SudParis celebrates Erasmus on October 14 and 15, 2021. Come and listen to the stories of students, graduates and teacher-researchers who have experienced this exciting international adventure during the Erasmus Days.
Starting this September, Telecom SudParis will be enhancing its engineering training to fully incorporate ecological transition issues.
Achille SALAÜN is defending his PhD thesis: « Alarm prediction in networks via spatiotemporal pattern search and machine learning » on Thursday, July 8 2021.
Télécom SudParis and TriaGnoSys, a small German company, have set up an international PhD project.
Mariana SEGOVIA-FERREIRA is defending his PhD thesis: « Cyber-resilience and attack tolerance of cyber-physical systems » on Thursday, May 2021 in visio.
Orchestrating 5G: an exemplary research partnership between Télécom SudParis and Davidson Consulting that illustrates the potential of partnership research.
Mustafizur Rahman SHAHID is defending his PhD thesis: « Deep Learning for Internet of Things (IoT) Network Security » on Monday, March 22, 2021 in visio.
QS 2021: Télécom SudParis confirms its progression as a leading engineering school at national level. Now it is ranking 15th in Engineering Technology: Computer Science & Information Systems.
Télécom SudParis and elm.leblanc therefore entered a partnership in 2017. A few years later, and the results are there. The expertise of academic researchers combined with that of industrial stakeholders has helped move innovation forward. This is a public research and industry partnership, supported by the Carnot label, one of the schemes in the State’s Future Investments program.
The automatic semantics of images HomeAbout us The automatic semantics of images On décembre 15 2020 This article was originally published on the Institut Mines-Télécom’s scientific and technical information blog. Recognizing faces, objects, patterns, music, architecture, or even camera movements: thanks to progress in artificial intelligence, every plan or sequence in a …
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