The seminar will concentrate on the interplay between AI and the Electrical Engineering disciplines and show how this interdependency has the potential for decisive innovations.
During this one-day event, the current research in Artificial Intelligence and Electrical Engineering will be reviewed through plenary talks given by leading scientists and illustrated with examples taken from well-known laboratories as well as from the work of IP Paris teams.
The main topics that will be covered by the seminar are:
AI and Information Theory AI and Communications AI in Electronics and Optics
The talks will cover the applications of AI to a number of various information environments. Questions such as implementation, speed, energy will be addressed. The talks will also examine the foundations of IA as well as its theoretical developments within the Electrical Engineering disciplinary fields.
Conference titles will be announced shortly.
09:10 Julie Grollier, CNRS, unité mixte de physique Thales-CNRS
10:10 Sumanta Chaudhuri, Télécom Paris
10:35 Jean-Luc Danger, Télécom Paris
11:00 coffe break
11:15 Yann Frignac, Huawei
11:40 Joe Wiart, Télécom Paris
12:05 Catherine Lepers, Télécom SudParis
14:00 Deniz Gündüz, Imperial College London
15:00 Emilio Calvanese-Strinati, CEA LETI
15:25 Mireille Sarkiss, Télécom SudParis
15:50 coffe break
16:05 Jakob Hoydis, Nokia Bell Labs
16:30 Ghaya Rekaya, Télécom Paris
16:55 Aslan Tchamkerten, Télécom Paris
17:20 concluding remarks