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Visit of a delegation from La Rochelle University on 15/3/2018

Today ICTLab welcomes the visit of a delegation from University of La Rochelle as the main partner of ICTLab. We also had an enjoyable and memorable dinner together

New year celebration at ICTLab – USTH 22/2/2018

To celebrate new lunar year 2018, ICTLab team shared a nice and enjoyable lunch together.

Call for bachelor internships at ICTLab

In the context of the SWARMS project (see the figure) of our ICTLab of USTH, we are looking for ICT bachelor students  who prefers to do his/her final internship in the ICTLab. If you get interested, please feel free to contact the supervisors mentioned in the subjects via their email or directly at ICTLab. We will study your application and interviews will be held to select the appropriate candidates.

ICTLab Poster: Epidemiological Risks Model for the Dengue Fever with Control Policies and Economic Mobility

Abstract: The aim of this project is to design a model which can represent the dynamics of spreading of the dengue fever in indirect correlation with the climate and considering healthcare policies and the economic mobility of different countries. The final result of the model is to show for the concerned countries that the limitation of spreading is possible thanks to policies, but also the combination, communication, synchronisation of members of a policy is at least as crucial as policy itself. The final model of the project is made of sub-models : an epidemiological theoretic model to study the dynamic of the disease, a mobility model to study the economic mobility of countries and a coupling model adding control policies.

ICTLab Poster: SWARMS (Say and Watch: Automated image/sound Recognition for Mobile monitoring Systems)

Abstract: The objective of this project is to obtain a flexible and real-time monitoring network, which could supplement possibly existing (fixed) networks, and could then feed a decision-support system (through models and simulations of evolution scenarios) or support an advanced visualization of the phenomenon to monitor. The main idea is to study in a real context the feasibility of a smartphone-based monitoring network, where the devices are not only used as passive sensors but can also be actively used by their owners to transmit visual, voice and textual pieces of information to the monitoring system, in order to enable stakeholders to analyze and forecast information.