Publications

We give relational expressions for calculating two morphological operations on images, namely dilation and erosion.
In RAMiCS, 2017

News

Congratulations to Audrey Durand, Christian Gagné, Pascal Germain and François Laviolette, faculty members at Université Laval, for their Canada CIFAR AI Chairs!

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I’m delighted to remain in the realm of the GRAIL under the guidance of François Laviolette for my MSc in Computer Science. A new set of challenges and opportunities is coming!

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I’m glad to be part of the GRAIL for the summer. The group is led by François Laviolette and Mario Marchand and their interests cover machine learning and its practical applications.

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This summer I will join the GIREF research group under the supervision of José Urquiza. Their main focus is numerical methods applied to engineering problems such as the finite element method.

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I’m happy to announce that the paper with Jules Desharnais titled Relation as Images has been accepted at RAMiCS 2017. Therefore, I’ll be in Lyon (France) in early May to present our recent work. This paper primarily defines two basic morphological operations, dilation and erosion, on binary images using a formalism from relation algebra.

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I’m thrilled to join the LSFM research group for the summer under the supervision of Jules Desharnais. Their interests lie in languages, semantics, formal and algebraic methods. I couldn’t ask for a better first research experience!

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Poutyne is a Keras-like framework for PyTorch and handles much of the boilerplating code needed to train neural networks. It is mainly driven by members of the GRAIL like its creator, Frédérik Paradis.