[visionlist] M2 internship offer - "Automatic production of constrained text from a corpus"

Aurelie Calabrese aurelie.calabrese at inria.fr
Fri Nov 20 09:28:41 -04 2020

Dear all, 

The Biovision Lab is seeking to recruit a highly-qualified Master 2 candidate to join our dynamic, multi-disciplinary research team, located in Sophia Antipolis (France) , in the Inria Research center. 

The recruited candidate will work on Automatic production of constrained text from a corpus 

Abstract of the project : Reading performance has become one of the most important clinical measures for judging the effectiveness of treatments, surgical procedures, or rehabilitation techniques. The problem is that accurate measurement of reading performance requires highly standardized reading material which is hard to produce. We are interested in developing new methods to generate automatically such reading material. Your mission will be to revisit a promising prototype that we recently developed and improve it to generate more efficiently correct sentences. 

Skills you will learn: Processing of large data, code architecture, algorithms and data structures, basic notions in linguistics 

To learn more about this position and/or apply , please visit: [ https://team.inria.fr/biovision/new-master-2-internship-offer-mnread-generator/ | https://team.inria.fr/biovision/new-master-2-internship-offer-mnread-generator/ ] 

The goal of the Biovision Lab is to investigate new solutions to help visually-impaired people, through fundamental research as well as innovative technological developments. Our research relies on the integration of multiple techniques for studying human vision with a focus on vision impairment. Approaches include biophysical modeling , dynamical systems analysis, statistical physics, numerical simulation, visual psychophysics , image processing, ergonomics, virtual, and augmented reality . We have two main axes of research. The first focuses on the development of high-tech vision aids and rehabilitation methods for low-vision patients. The second focuses on the precise modeling of the early visual system (retina, thalamus, cortex V1) for normal and dystrophic conditions, targeting applications for blind individuals. These axes are developed in strong synergy, involving a vast network of national and international collaborators with neuroscientists, physicians, and modellers. 

Biovision Lab is part of Inria, the French Research Institute for Digital Sciences . Inria employs 2,500 people. Its 200 agile project-teams, generally with academic partners, involve more than 3,000 scientists in meeting the challenges of computer science and mathematics, often at the interface of other disciplines. Internships at Inria are an opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of research , in direct contact with researchers. Over and above the Institute's scientific work, interns discover the inner workings of a research institute, learn how i t fits into the international research community and how its research has an impact on significant developments in society. 

[ https://team.inria.fr/biovision/job-offers | https://team.inria.fr/biovision/job-offers ] 


[ https://www.aureliecalabrese.com/ | Aurélie Calabrèse ] , Ph.D. 

Research Associate / Starting Research Position - [ https://team.inria.fr/biovision/ | Biovision project-team ] 
[ https://www.inria.fr/fr | Inria ] / [ https://www.inria.fr/en/centre-inria-sophia-antipolis-mediterranee | Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée research center ] 

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