MIAI Ph.D. students

  • Anand Ballou, INRIA. Ph.D. thesis: "Learning robot actions for audio-visual human behavior understanding."

  • Andreas Kalaitzakis, mOeX team, INRIA. Ph.D. thesis: "Effects of collaboration and specialisation on agent knowledge evolution."
     
  • Antoine Heraud, SPINTEC. Ph.D. thesis: "Design and Verification of a Spiking Neural Network accelerator with Resistive RAM synapses."

  • Brooke Stephenson, Gipsa-lab (CRISSP) + LIG (GETALP). Ph.D. thesis: "Incremental text-to-speech synthesis."

  • Hira Asghar, Laboratoire d'Informatique de Grenoble (LIG). Ph.D. thesis: "Privacy and Security Vulnerabilities of Semantic Web."

  • Lorenzo Lupo, LIG, team GETALP. Ph.D. thesis: "Document-level Neural Machine Translation."

  • Lucrezia Carboni, LJK, Inria, GIN. MIAI chair: Towards Robust and Understandable Neuromorphic Systems. Ph.D. thesis: "Graph neural network for brain connectivity exploration."

  • Luisa Werner, INRIA Tyrex. Ph.D. thesis: "Neural-Symbolic Integration."

  • Mamady Nabé, LPNC | Gipsa-Lab. MIAI chair: Bayesian Cognition and Machine Learning for Speech Communication. Ph.D. thesis: "Bayesian Modeling of Speech Perception with a temporal treatment inspired by neural oscillations."

  • Manon Dampfhoffer, Spintec (CEA/CNRS/UGA/G-INP) and LSTA (CEA-LIST). MIAI chair: Hardware for spike-coded neural networks exploiting hybrid CMOS non-volatile technologies. Ph.D. thesis: "Online learning algorithms for Spiking Neural Networks."

  • Maxence Grand, LIG. Ph.D. thesis: "Learning by demonstrations of action models for cobot pregramming."

  • Maxime Raynal, MRIM. Ph.D. thesis: "Explainable AI & automatic parsing."

  • Minh Tri Lê, INRIA. Ph.D. thesis: "Constrained signal processing using deep learning for MEMs sensors based applications."

  • Mohamed Sana, CEA LETI. MIAI chair: Edge intelligence. Ph.D. thesis: "Distributed Learning for 5G and Beyond Networks Management and Orchestration."

  • Paul Youssef, Laboratoire d'Informatique de Grenoble (LIG). Ph.D. thesis: "Online learning at the edge."
     
  • Romain Xu-Darme, LIG / MRIM team. Ph.D. thesis: "Learning logical rules for the formal proof of deep neural networks: application to object classification in the context of autonomous vehicles"
     
  • Sébastien Becker, SIMaP, LIG, Ph.D. thesis: "Machine Learning Approaches in Materials Science: structural and thermodynamic identification at the atomic scale"
     
  • Till Kletti, Laboratoire d’Informatique de Grenoble (LIG) and Naver Labs Europe (NLE). MIAI chair: Explainable and Responsible AI. Ph.D. thesis: "Fairness in multistakeholder recommendation platforms."

  • Tsiky Rakotomalala, Gipsa-Lab. MIAI chair: Bayesian Cognition and Machine Learning for Speech Communication. Ph.D. thesis: "Deep Tongue: speech and predictive control of tongue movements by the brain."

  • Varsha Devi, Laboratoire d’informatique de Grenoble (LIG) Lab Research Team: MRIM. MIAI chair: Explainable and Responsible AI. Ph.D. thesis: "Multiple-encodings frameworks for explainable multimedia representation and retrieval."

  • Vera Sosnovik, SLIDE team, LIG. Ph.D. thesis: "Detection and Analysis of Political Advertising."

  • Xiaoyu Bie, INRIA. Ph.D. thesis: "Robust audio-visual scene understanding with hybrid probabilistic & deep learning models."

  • Yu-Guan Hsieh, Laboratoire Jean Kuntzmann (LJK). MIAI chair: Optimisation & Learning. Ph.D. thesis: "Online and minimax optimization with their applications in machine learning."
  • Aleksandr Petrusev, Electrical Engineering Laboratory of Grenoble (G2ELab) and Enedis. MIAI chair: Artificial intelligence for Smart Grids. Ph.D. thesis: "Use of artificial intelligence for smart grid management."

  • Alexandre Bretel, Institute of Philosophy of Grenoble (IPhiG) / Computer Science Laboratory of Paris 6 (LIP6). Ph.D. thesis: "The contribution of the philosophy of technology to the ethics of artificial intelligence: Study of the notion of responsibility applied to the technological civilization and the society of innovation."

  • Alphanie Midelet, HP2 (Hypoxie et Physiopathologies cardiovasculaires et respiratoires - CHU Grenoble) – Probayes (CIFRE). Ph.D. thesis: "Investigating CPAP telemonitoring big data : Understanding impact of at home management and predicting acute events."

  • Denis Koala, G-SCOP. Ph.D. thesis: "Use Big Data for stocks sizing and management in hospitals."
     
  • Eugène Favier-Baron, Chaire éthique et IA (Institut MIAI) UGA / Centre de recherche en philosophie ULB. Ph.D. thesis: "Hypernudge as a public policy design tool: cybernetic social engineering"

  • Guillaume Bottaz-Bosson, HP2/LJK. Ph.D. thesis: "Clustering of continuous positive airway pressure adherence trajectories for patients with obstructive sleep apnea syndrome."

  • Guillaume Le Lay, Pacte. Ph.D. thesis: "Learning AI : the social production of algorithmic knowledge."

  • Flora Gautheron, LJK - LIP/PC2S. Ph.D. thesis: "Empirical examination and computational models of decision-making for situated social cognition."

  • Hassan ISSA, Electrical Engineering Laboratory in Grenoble (G2ELAB). Ph.D. thesis: "Control of Components of a Microgrid using Artificial Intelligence."

  • Kévin Yauy, Translational Genomics Group, Institue of Advanced Biosciences, La Tronche, France. SeqOne Genomics, Montpellier, France. Ph.D. thesis: "Multimodal exploration of the human genome to solve the diagnostic odyssey of patients suffering from rare diseases."

  • Lucas Etourneau, EDyP (CEA Grenoble) and TIMC-IMAG. MIAI chair: Artificial Intelligence for High throughput biomedical investigations. Ph.D. thesis:  "Multi-omics transfer learning to extend proteomics coverage beyond mass spectrometry quantitation limits."

  • Maéva El Bouchikhi, Chair on Legal and Regulatory Implications of Artificial Intelligence. Ph.D. thesis:  "Artificial Intelligence's application to health data: legal analysis through the prism of European and International Law."

  • Seddik Benlaksira, Gresec / IPhiG. MIAI chair: Ethics and AI. Ph.D. thesis: "Gender as an ethical issue for the machine learning: the case of MOBA games."

  • Suzanne Le Bihan, RENAULT with G-SCOP laboratory. Ph.D. thesis: "Data-driven supply chain network design."

  • Tamara Dupuy, TIMC-IMAG (GMCAO). Ph.D. thesis: "AI Assistance for Real-Time Prostate Biopsy Navigation."