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Workshop Borelli MLBriefs 2022

10/10/2022 - 14/10/2022 ENS Paris-Saclay - Project BPI SESAME OVDSaas

Machine learning methods are progressing at a vertiginous pace, to the point that it is hard to keep up with all new methods and being able to easily test them on new data. MLBriefs papers consist of an online demonstrator (plus a description article of the method) of a selected state-of-the-art method/algorithm that would allow one to reproduce results on new data.

Venue

The conference will be held at ENS Paris-Saclay.

To get to ENS Paris-Saclay, follow one of these directions:

  • RER B to "Le Guichet" followed by bus 9 to "Moulon".
  • RER B to "Massy-Palaiseau" followed by bus 91.10 to "Moulon".
  • RER C to "Massy-Palaiseau" followed by bus 91.10 to "Moulon".

Organization of the week

Sessions will be transmitted on Zoom and recorded.

Day 1
Morning
Intro, concept, timetable, organization, test CP2 account. Example of 1 minute slides. 9h00 - 9h30 1B36
Presentations of 3 MLBriefs 1 (the previous edition) published papers.
  • Rafael Grompone, A Brief Analysis of the Holistically-Nested Edge Detector
  • Roger Marí, Disparity Estimation Networks for Aerial and High-Resolution Satellite Images: A Review
  • Quentin Laborde and Antoine Mazarguil, The JISG Method for Joint Inference of the Network Topology and Signals over Graphs
9h30 - 10h30
Code formatting, parameters, input/output (files + environment variables) 10h30 - 11h30
Lunch
Sandwiches 12h00 - 13h00 Bibliothèque, 2S33
Afternoon
Authors work on their codes and prepare a 3mn presentation of their idea with one slide explaining why the idea is interesting. Expected slide content: sescription, typical input, typical output. 13h00 - 18h00 2U42, 2U47, 2S41, 2S48, 2X42, 2Z41
Coffee break directly delivered in the working spaces. 15h30 - 16h00
In parallel: editorial board meeting. ~
Day 2
Morning
1 minute presentation of the MLBriefs 2 papers. 9h00 - 10h30 1B36
How to create a MLBriefs demo? 10h30 - 12h00
Lunch
Buffet! 12h00 - 13h00 1E29
Afternoon
Authors work on their demo assisted by monitors. 13h00 - 18h00 2U42, 2U47, 2S41, 2S48, 2X42, 2Z41
Coffee break directly delivered in the working spaces. 15h30 - 16h00
In parallel: editorial board meeting. ~
Day 3
Morning
Presentations of 3 MLBriefs 1 published papers.
  • Aitor Artola, Semantic Segmentation: Zoology of deep architectures
  • Thibaud Ehret, Monocular Depth Estimation: A review of the 2022 state of the art
  • Thibaud Ehret, Line segment detection: evaluation of the 2022 state of the art
10h00 - 11h00 1B36
Q&A 11h00 - 12h00
Lunch
Buffet! 12h00 - 13h00 1E29
Afternoon
Authors work on their demo assisted by monitors. 13h00 - 18h00 2U42, 2U47, 2S41, 2S48, 2X42, 2Z41
Coffee break directly delivered in the working spaces. 15h30 - 16h00
Day 4
Morning
Presentations of 2 MLBriefs 1 published papers.
  • Quentin Bammey, Analysis and Experimentations on the ManTraNet Image Forgery Detector
  • Marina Gardella, Forensic Similarity for Source Camera Model Comparison Image & Forgery Detection via Forensic Similarity Graphs
  • Ngoc Long Nguyen, An Analysis and Implementation of the SwinIR Image Super-Resolution Method
10h00 - 11h00 1B36
How to write an article? 11h00 - 11h30
Q&A and an example of slides for day 5 11h30 - 12h00
Lunch
Buffet! 12h00 - 13h00 1E29
Afternoon
Authors work on their demo assisted by monitors and start writing their article. 13h00 - 18h00 2U42, 2U47, 2S41, 2S48, 2X42, 2Z41
Coffee break directly delivered in the working spaces. 15h30 - 16h00
Day 5
Morning
3 minute presentations of the obtained results and written papers. 9h00 - ~ 1B36
Annoucement of best paper selection and feedback from authors ~ 1B36
Lunch
Lunch break 12h00 - 13h00 1E29
Afternoon
Wrap up demos and articles. 13h00 - 18h00 2U42, 2U47, 2S41, 2S48, 2X42, 2Z41
Coffee break directly delivered in the working spaces. 15h30 - 16h00

Prizes from MLBriefs 1 (apr 2022)

Best student papers awards
Aitor Artola Semantic Segmentation: Zoology of deep architectures
Marina Gardella Forensic Similarity for Source Camera Model Comparison Image & Forgery Detection via Forensic Similarity Graphs
Ngoc Long Nguyen An Analysis and Implementation of the SwinIR Image Super-Resolution Method
Quentin Laborde The JISG Method for Joint Inference of the Network Topology and Signals over Graphs
Roger Marí Disparity Estimation Networks for Aerial and High-Resolution Satellite Images: A Review
Best papers award
Thibaud Ehret Monocular Depth Estimation: A review of the 2022 state of the art

Final papers submission

After your MLBriefs paper is accepted, you will have to follow the steps to submit the article to the OJS system:
  • Register in the system (please don't use a gmail email address).
  • Once registered, create a new article submission.
  • Make sure your submission includes:
    • The final version of your article in the PDF format.
    • An archive in the ZIP format containing your code without large files (the archive should not exceed 20 Mb).
    • An URL to the original code (e.g. github link including a commit hash) as well as URLs to the large files you need (if applicable). If possible, include the license of the code.