2nd Summer School on INtelligent signal processing for FrontIEr Research and Industry

from Monday, July 14, 2014 (8:00 AM) to Friday, July 25, 2014 (6:15 PM)
University Paris-Diderot, Paris, France (BioPark Auditorium and Physics Department, Building Condorcet)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Jul 14, 2014
Jul 15, 2014
Jul 16, 2014
Jul 17, 2014
Jul 18, 2014
Jul 19, 2014
Jul 20, 2014
Jul 21, 2014
Jul 22, 2014
Jul 23, 2014
Jul 24, 2014
Jul 25, 2014
AM
9:15 AM Introduction to the Paris-Diderot University, UnivESarth LabEx and APC Lab: Present and future Educational and Research Objectives - Prof. Pierre Binetruy (APC-University Paris-Diderot)   ()
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9:45 AM About a few challenges for signal processing in emission and transmission tomography - Prof. Christian Morel (University of Aix-Marseille/ imXGam-CPPM/CNRS (FR))   ()
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11:00 AM --- Coffee Break ---
11:30 AM New Challenges for Signal Processing for High Energy Physics experiments - Prof. Geoffrey Hall (Imperial College Sci., Tech. & Med. (GB))   ()
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9:00 AM
Second Morning Session (until 1:00 PM) ()
9:00 AM Introduction to Very Deep Sub Micron CMOS technologies: the 65nm CMOS process for mixed mode analog-digital circuits - Prof. Valerio Re (INFN and University of Bergamo (IT))   ()
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10:00 AM Introduction to Very Deep SubMicron CMOS Technologies: FD-SOI technology for digital systems - Dr Claire Fenouillet-Beranger (CEA-LETI (FR))   ()
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11:00 AM --- Coffee break ---
11:30 AM 3D and Novel Packaging technologies - Dr Robert Patti (Tezzaron Semiconductor (USA))   ()
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12:15 PM 3D technologies: new era for packaging and IC development - Dr Yann Lamy (CEA-LETI (FR))   ()
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9:00 AM
Third Morning Session (until 1:00 PM) ()
9:00 AM The Veloce Emulator and its Use for Verification and System Integration of Complex Multi-node SOC Computing Systems (ie. the Next Generation Veloce Emulator) - Laurent Vuillemin (MENTOR GRAPHICS)   ()
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10:00 AM New calorimeters for Space experiments: Physics requirements and technological challenges - Prof. Pier Simone Marrocchesi (Universita di Siena and INFN-Pisa (IT))   ()
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11:00 AM --- Coffee Break ---
11:30 AM New trends and different strategies on Triggering in High Energy Physics - Prof. Geoffrey Hall (Imperial College Sci., Tech. & Med. (GB))   ()
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9:00 AM
Fourth Morning Session (until 1:00 PM) ()
9:00 AM On-detector Signal Processing for Large area tracking system based on Silicon strips - Dr Stefano Mersi (CERN (CH))   ()
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10:15 AM Real time (Level-1) Track Triggering: Technological challenges - Dr Stefano Mersi (CERN (CH))   ()
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11:15 AM --- Coffee Break ---
11:45 AM Large Area tracking systems based on Scintillating Fibers read out by SiPM's - Dr Christian Joram (CERN (CH))   ()
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9:00 AM
Fifth Morning Session (until 1:00 PM) ()
9:00 AM How & why pixels are becoming more & more intelligent (FE & readout electronics): lecture 1 - Prof. Norbert Wermes (Universitaet Bonn (DE))   ()
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10:00 AM How & Why Pixels are becoming more & more intelligent (FE & readout electronics): lecture 2 - Prof. Norbert Wermes (Universitaet Bonn (DE))   ()
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11:00 AM --- Coffee Break ---
11:30 AM How and Why Pixels are becoming more and more intelligent (sensors-part1): lecture 3 - Prof. Daniela Bortoletto (Purdue University (USA) and Oxford (UK))   ()
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12:15 PM Why and How Pixels are becoming more and more intelligent (sensors-Part2): lecture 4 - Prof. Gian-Franco Dalla Betta (INFN and University of Trento (IT))   ()
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8:00 AM
FREE DAY (until 11:00 PM) ()
9:00 AM
Sixth Morning Session (until 1:00 PM) ()
9:00 AM Silicon Photonics: Optical Modulation and Detection (part1) - Dr Laurent Vivien (Si-Photonics Lab (Paris-Sud University/CNRS) FR)   ()
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10:00 AM Silicon Photonics: Optical Modulation and Detection (Part 2) - Dr Laurent Vivien (Si Photonics Lab (Paris-Sud University/CNRS) FR)   ()
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11:00 AM --- coffee break ---
11:30 AM Data transmission needs and challenges for Frontier Particle Physics: The versatile link Project for LHC applications - Prof. Anthony Weidberg (University of Oxford (GB))   ()
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12:20 PM Data transmission Needs and Challenges for Frontier Particle Physics: Radiation Hardness and Longetivity - Prof. Suen Hou (Academia Sinica (TW))   ()
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9:00 AM
Seventh Morning Session (until 1:00 PM) ()
9:00 AM New Trends in Silicon Photonics and Industrial Perspectives - Dr Jean Louis Malinge (Former CEO of KOTURA Inc. USA, expert in Si Photonics & Related Industrial Aspects)   ()
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10:00 AM Novel Data Transmission wireless based technology for Frontier Applications - Prof. Richard Brenner (Uppsala University (SE))   ()
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11:15 AM --- Coffee break ---
11:45 AM Data Transmission Challenges and Needs for Frontier AstroPhysics: the SKA case - Dr Roshene McCool (SKA Organisation, UK)   ()
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10:00 AM
Eighth Morning Session (until 1:00 PM) ()
10:00 AM Front-End Multiplexing - Dr Damien Prele (APC Laboratory/CNRS)   ()
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11:00 AM --- Coffee Break ---
11:30 AM Radio Aperture synthesis as a practical example of sparse signal reconstruction - Dr Julien Girard (CEA-Cosmostat)   ()
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9:00 AM
Ninth Morning Session (until 1:00 PM) ()
9:00 AM Massive Parallel Computing Needs and Challenges in Astrophysics: the SKA case - Chris Broekema (Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy, ASTRON)   ()
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10:00 AM MPC needs and challenges in Particle Physics: The High Luminosity LHC case - Dr Paul Lujan (Princeton University (US))   ()
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11:00 AM --- Coffee Break ---
11:30 AM Massive Parallel Computing based on GPU: introductory lecture - Dr Pierre Kestener (CEA/Maison de la Simulation, FR)   ()
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9:15 AM
Tenth Morning Session (until 1:00 PM) ()
9:15 AM New Test Infrastructures for Future Particle Physics Experiments and Upgrades - Prof. Matthew Timothy Jones (Purdue University (USA))   ()
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10:30 AM Digital Detector Emulator Overview - Mohammed Gharbi (CAEN)   ()
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11:00 AM --- COFFEE BREAK ---
11:30 AM EMBRACE an Ultra Wide Field of View Prototype for the Square Kilometer Array - Dr Steve Torchinsky (Observatoire de Paris and Nancay (FR))   ()
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PM
5:00 PM Registration   ()
1:00 PM --- LUNCH ---
2:00 PM First Lab session   ()
4:45 PM --- Coffee Break ---
5:15 PM Overview of Cosmology with SKA, the Square Kilometer Array - Prof. Francoise Combes (Observatoire de Paris & LERMA (FR))   ()
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6:30 PM --- Welcome Cocktail ---
1:00 PM --- LUNCH ---
2:00 PM
Labs session (until 4:45 PM) ()
4:45 PM --- Coffee Break ---
5:15 PM New Challenges in Signal Processing in Astrophysics: the SKA case - Dr Andrew Faulkner (Cambridge (UK))   ()
1:00 PM --- LUNCH ---
2:00 PM
Labs session (until 4:45 PM) ()
4:45 PM --- Coffee Break ---
5:15 PM Towards the New Generation of Neutrino Observatory: Physics and Technological Challenges - Prof. Thomas Patzak (APC-CNRS and University Paris-Diderot)   ()
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8:00 PM Public Lecture 1: The Higgs Boson and the Two Infinities -- Le Boson de Higgs et les Deux Infinis - Prof. Michel Spiro (CEA/IRFU,Centre d'etude de Saclay Gif-sur-Yvette (FR))   (University PARIS-DIDEROT, Paris 13eme)
Poster
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1:00 PM --- LUNCH ---
2:00 PM
Labs session (until 4:45 PM) ()
4:45 PM --- Coffee Break ---
5:15 PM Physics Motivations for Level-1 track triggering at LHC and future HEP experiments - Dr Oliver Buchmueller (Imperial College Sci., Tech. & Med. (GB))   ()
1:00 PM --- LUNCH ---
2:00 PM
Labs session (until 4:45 PM) ()
4:45 PM --- Coffee Break ---
5:15 PM Intelligent Pixels: The SOIPiX R&D programme and applications - Prof. Eduardo Cortina Gil (Université catholique de Louvain (BE))   ()
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1:00 PM --- LUNCH ---
2:00 PM
Labs session (until 4:45 PM) ()
4:45 PM --- Coffee Break ---
5:15 PM New Physics requirements and Technological challenges to be confronted by the Calorimetry in Particle Physics - Dr Francesca Cavallari (Universita e INFN, Roma I (IT))   ()
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8:00 PM
Second Public Lecture on "Arts, Research and High Tech: the interconnected XXIst century New World" (until 10:00 PM) ()
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1:00 PM --- LUNCH ---
2:00 PM
Labs session (until 4:45 PM) ()
4:45 PM --- COFFEE BREAK ---
5:15 PM Real time Signal Processing, Data Filtering and High-Degree on-device data processing in Medical Imaging - Dr Pedro Guerra (Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (SP))   ()
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8:00 PM
SCHOOL BANQUET (until 11:50 PM) ()
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1:00 PM --- LUNCH ---
2:00 PM
Labs session (until 4:45 PM) ()
4:45 PM --- COFFEE BREAK ---
5:15 PM Massive Parallel Computing: The exascale Challenges - Dr Marie Christine Sawley (Exascale Lab Center -INTEL)   ()
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7:30 PM
SCHOOL RACE (until 9:00 PM) ()
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1:00 PM --- LUNCH ---
2:00 PM
Labs session (until 4:45 PM) ()
4:45 PM --- COFFEE BREAK ---
5:00 PM
POSTER SESSION (until 7:00 PM) (Entrance Hall)
5:00 PM Poster 1 - Thomas Dey (Philips Research)   (Entrance Hall)
5:10 PM Poster 2 - Aera Jung (APC, University Paris Diderot)   (Entrance Hall)
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5:20 PM Poster 3 - Niloufar Alipour Tehrani (Eidgenoessische Tech. Hochschule Zuerich (CH))   (Entrance Hall)
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5:30 PM Poster 4 - Elena Graverini (Universitaet Zuerich (CH))   ()
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5:40 PM Poster 5 - Georgios Konstantinou (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)   (Entrance Hall)
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5:50 PM Poster 6 - Luca Morescalchi (INFN-Pisa)   (Entrance Hall)
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6:00 PM Poster 7 - Michele Doni (NIKHEF (NL))   (Entrance Hall)
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6:10 PM Poster 8 - Sophie Elizabeth Richards (University of Bristol (GB))   (Entrance Hall)
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6:20 PM Poster 9 - Seth Siegel (CALTECH)   (Entrance Hall)
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6:30 PM Poster 10 - Matia Donati (XFEL-DESY)   (Entrance Hall)
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6:40 PM Poster 11 - Wahajat Ali (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa)   (Entrance Hall)
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6:50 PM Poster 12 - Matteo Vignetti (Institut de Nanotechnologie, INL, CNRS, Lyon)   (Entrance Hall)
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1:00 PM --- LUNCH ---
2:00 PM
Labs session (until 4:45 PM) ()
4:45 PM --- Coffee Break ---
5:15 PM
Concluding School Session (until 6:15 PM) ()