We are pleased to call for applications for a CNES PhD position at IMT Atlantique (Brest, France) on Deep Learning for Space Oceanigraphy newly-funded MELODY project and AI chair OceaniX. More information in the proposed PhD position and the application procedure at: link
We've just posted online a new preprint co-authored with Olivier Pannekoucke on PDE-NetGen 1.0: from symbolic PDE representations of physical processes to trainable neural network representations. Arxiv / Associated code
We are pleased to call for applications for a tenured position (Associate Professor) at IMT Atlantique (Brest, France) in the Signal & Communications Department. This position is opened in the context of the newly-funded AI chair OceaniX: https://rfablet.github.io/projects/2019-oceanix.
We just received very good news from ANR. Our AI chair proposal Oceanix (Physics-Informed AI for Observation-driven Ocean AnalytiX) has been selected by the ANR. More details from this link. Open PhD and postdoc positions will be published soon. Do not hesitate to contact me for additional information.
Announcement of the workskop AI4OAC (Artificial Intelligence for Ocean, Atmosphere and Climate). This workshop is by invitation only. It will he held in Brest January 20-23, 2020. More details at ai4oac.sciencesconf.org.
Two MSc/Enng. internship positions are currently open in our group on data science, machine learning, oceanography and ocean remote sensing. Additional information can be found from the following links:
Good news from the ANR with the newly-funded project Melody (Bridging geophysics and MachinE Learning for the modeling, simulation and reconstruction of Ocean DYnamics), 2019-2023. Look at this link for more information. We will open PhD and postdoc positions within the framework of this project. Do not hesitate to contact me (ronan.fablet AT imt-atlantique.fr).
We are glad to announce the third edition of the “Data Science for Geosciences” course. It will be held in Toulouse from Monday 27 to Friday 31 January 2020. It aims to provide trainees with the basic concepts underlying data science and statistical learning along with their implementation through dedicated libraries in the field of geosciences. It will be located in the National Institute of Electrical engineering, Electronics, Computer science, Fluid mechanics & Telecommunications and Networks (ENSEEIHT) in the center of Toulouse. More information at DSG’2020.