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Workshop: “Deep Learning with Tensorflow”

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Event date: Monday, 11 December 2017, 08:30 - 16:30
Place: Campus Belval, Maison du Savoir (MSA), Room 2.400

Presentations of students from the Master in Information and Computer Sciences (MiCS)-class (3rd) - "Machine Learning".

TensorFlow™ is an open source software library for numerical computations that was originally developed by researchers and engineers working on the Google Brain Team within Google's Machine Intelligence research group for the purposes of conducting Machine Learning and Deep Neural Networks research (Source: Tensorflow.org).

The following workshop will give an introduction to the software through the presentation of various project examples. Students of the MICS-class “Machine Learning” will present interdisciplinary projects that should stimulate a discussion. Each presentation (incl. Q&A) will last 30 minutes.

No registration needed. The entrance is free of charge. Interested persons inside/outside the university are welcome to join the day at any time.

For more information, please contact Christoph Schommer : christoph.schommer@uni.lu

Preliminary Schedule

08:30 - Welcome & Organisation of the Workshop

Christoph Schommer, Winfried Höhn, Siwen Guo

08:40 - Object detectors (Tensorflow Object Detection API)

S. F. Bandella, L. Grober, P.J.Y. Meder

09:15 - Semantic Segmentation

A. Beliakov, S. Konchenko, L. Mietielieva

09:50 - Dilated Convolution - Semantic Segmentation

D. Gashi, V. Vterkovska, M. P. Gonçalves

* BREAK (20 minutes) *

10:40 Triplet Loss – Face Recognition

N. A. Mayer, I. Maheramova, J. Mayer

11:15 Multi-Task Machine Learning Across Domains

H. Pathak, E. Khramtsova, N. Çaushi

* LUNCH *

13:15 - Deep auditory hallucinations

A. Buscemi, A. Temperoni, B. Vijayakumar

13:50 - Recurrent Neural Networks - Translation

J. Synak, F. André Daniel Deze, M. Biegel

14:25 - Transformer: A Novel Neural Network Architecture for Language Understanding

S. Ramakrishna, R. Jayakujmar, Y. Zheng

* BREAK (20 Minutes) *

15:15 - Autoencoder

X. Zekaj, C. Porumb, L. A. Trestioreanu

15:50 - Neural relation extraction

J. L. A. Fuenzalida, M. Tarquinio

16:20 - Discussion, Feedback, Conclusions

 

   

Workshop - “Deep Learning with Tensorflow”