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Format : 2017-08-18
Format : 2017-08-18

2017

6° Journées d’études « Electromagnétisme et Guerre Electronique » (Journée d'Etude)
22 Novembre 2017
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La contribution de l’électromagnétisme à la détection radar via les propriétés des cibles, des antennes ou de la propagation des ondes est reconnue de longue date, et fait l’objet de sessions dans les colloques spécialisés. Mais sa contribution au domaine de la Guerre Electronique, qui rassemble les techniques de renseignement et de lutte contre les systèmes de radiocommunication adverses ainsi que la problématique des agressions électromagnétiques, est tout aussi importante. C’est ce lien entre l’Electromagnétisme et la Guerre Electronique qui sera mis en évidence et discuté à l’occasion de ces nouvelles journées, organisées comme les précédentes (en mars 2006, novembre 2009, novembre 2011, novembre 2013, décembre 2015) par la SEE groupe régional Midi-Pyrénées, la DGA et l’ONERA, qui accueillera la manifestation.
La première journée présentera un certain nombre de problèmes à connotation électromagnétique qui se posent en Guerre Electronique comme la réduction de signature radar des plates-formes, la prédiction des effets des agressions électromagnétiques, ou de nouveaux concepts d'antennes pour applications en écoute ou en brouillage ; elle sera classifiée et la participation sera sur invitation seulement. La deuxième journée, ouverte à tous, sera consacrée aux méthodes et outils aussi bien expérimentaux que numériques qui contribuent à la solution de ces divers problèmes, et complétera le panorama du domaine en rapide évolution, à l’intersection de la science de l’électromagnétisme et des applications aux besoins de la Guerre 
Electronique. Des propositions de communication orales ou affichées sont sollicitées pour cette seconde journée sous forme d’un résumé de 15 à 30 lignes à adresser au plus tard le 4 septembre aux points de contact indiqués ci-dessous.
Comité de programme : B. Aknin (MBDA), A. Bellion (CNES), F.Bereux (TSA),
MH. Billot (DCNS), F.Boust (Onera), JC.Castelli (Onera), C. Carel (TCS), F. Christophe (Onera, SEE), E. Duceau (Airbus), JC. Gautherot (SEE), B.Gerfault (TED), C.Guiffaut (GDR Ondes, Xlim), JL. Guiraud (ISAE, SEE), G. Kubicke (DGA), P. Lalande (DGA), A.Laisné (DGA), G. Leflour (Dassault Aviation), G. Mazé-Merceur (CEA), C. Migairou (Lacroix D&S), S. Morvan (CEA), B. Pecqueux (CEA), J. Petit-Frère (TOSA), P. Pouliguen (DGA),
P. Ratajczak (Orange Lab), A.Reineix (Xlim), P.de Resseguier (Nexio)
Organisateurs: SEE*, DGA, ONERA
(*) : Groupe Régional Midi-Pyrénées en liaison avec le Club Technique RSSR
Points de contact: Florent.Christophe@onera.fr, Vincent.Gobin@onera.fr
                                                        
Jicable HVDC’17 (Symposium)
Second International Symposium on HVDC Cable Systems 20 Novembre 2017 Kursaal, Dunkerque (France)
HVDC power links are growing in numbers and are now increasingly used for land or submarine applications including connection of offshore wind farms. HVDC cable systems are becoming key components of sustainable energy systems to provide large capacity of electricity transmission over long distances, across or between countries and for renewable energy delivery. Recent breakthrough innovations in the field of HVDC extruded cable systems have shown rated voltages reaching the range 400 to 700 kV, power transmission up to 3 GW and suitability not only for VSC converters types, but also for LCC converters.
The objective of the symposium Jicable HVDC’17 is to address and discuss the following topics:
  • Research and current knowledge on the behavior of materials for HVDC cables and accessories: new materials, dielectric behavior, space charges, interfaces, ageing, reliability.
  • State-of-the-Art of the development of extra high voltage DC extruded cables systems in the range 400 to 700 kV:  development, testing and standardization.
  • Technical coordination between converters and cable systems: insulation coordination, transient over-voltages, DC circuit breakers.
  • Large transmission corridors: reliability of very long links including many joints, future technology alternative.
  • Submarine cables installation: lesson learned from experience, installation in harsh environment.
  • Submarine asset management & submarine cable repairs in case of faults..
The symposium will also include tutorials, technical visits and a “Young researchers contest”.
 

Save the date! November 20th- 22nd, 2017

 
Organization Committee - International Scientific and Technical Committee
               
  • Chairman: Lucien Deschamps, AGP 21, France     -  Chairman: Marc Jeroense, NKT Cables Group,
  • Secretary: Jean Charvet, RTE, France     Sweden
  • Secretary: Benjamin Pailler, RTE, France
 
Scientific and Technical Support:
AGP 21 (France), CIGRE, CIGRE CNB (Brazil), CIRED, CSEE (China), Electrosuisse, ENTSOe, Europacable, IEC, IEEJ (Japan), SEE (France), SRBE/KBVE (Belgium).
 
 
Contact:

Jicable HVDC’17 - 17 rue de l’Amiral Hamelin – 75783 Paris Cedex 16 (France) Tél. +33 (0)6 45 47 11 68 – Fax +33 (0)1 56 90 37 08 – Mail : organization@jicable-hvdc17.fr http://jicable-hvdc17.fr 

GSI2017 (Conférence)
3rd conference on Geometric Science of Information 07 Novembre 2017 Mines ParisTech, Paris (France)
As for GSI’13 and GSI’15, the objective of this SEE Conference GSI’17, hosted in Paris, is to bring together pure/applied mathematicians and engineers, with common interest for Geometric tools and their applications for Information analysis.
It emphasizes an active participation of young researchers to discuss emerging areas of collaborative research on “Information Geometry Manifolds and Their Advanced Applications”.
Current and ongoing uses of Information Geometry Manifolds in applied mathematics are the following: Advanced Signal/Image/Video Processing, Complex Data Modeling and Analysis, Information Ranking and Retrieval, Coding, Cognitive Systems, Optimal Control, Statistics on Manifolds, Machine & Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Speech/sound recognition, natural language treatment, Big Data Analytics, etc., which are also substantially relevant for industry.
The Conference will be therefore held in areas of priority/focused themes and topics of mutual interest with the aim to:
  • Provide an overview on the most recent state-of-the-art
  • Exchange mathematical information/knowledge/expertise in the area
  • Identify research areas/applications for future collaboration
  • Identify academic & industry labs expertise for further collaboration
This conference will be an interdisciplinary event and will unify skills from Geometry, Probability and Information Theory. The conference proceedings are published in Springer's Lecture Note in Computer Science (LNCS) series.
Provisional Topics of Special Sessions:
  • Statistics on non-linear data
  • Shape Space
  • Optimal Transport & Applications I (Data Science and Economics)
  • Optimal Transport & Applications II (Signal and Image Processing)
  • Topology and statistical learning
  • Statistical Manifold & Hessian Information Geometry
  • Monotone Embedding in Information Geometry
  • Information Structure in Neuroscience
  • Geometric Robotics & Tracking
  • Geometric Mechanics & Robotics
  • Stochastic Geometric Mechanics & Lie Group Thermodynamics
  • Probability on Riemannian Manifolds
  • Divergence Geometry
  • Geometric Deep Learning
  • First and second-order Optimization on Statistical Manifolds
  • Non-parametric Information Geometry
  • Geometry of quantum states
  • Optimization on Manifold
  • Computational Information Geometry
  • Probability Density Estimation
  • Geometry of Tensor-Valued Data
  • Geometry and Inverse Problems
  • Geometry in Vision, Learning and Dynamical Systems
  • Lie Groups and Wavelets
  • Geometry of metric measure spaces
  • Geometry and Telecom
  • Geodesic Methods with Constraints
  • Applications of Distance Geometry

Faces in the banner, in order: Euclide, Thales, Clairaut, Legendre, Poncelet, Darboux, Poincaré, Cartan, Fréchet, Libermann, Leray, Koszul, Ferrand, Souriau, Balian, Berger, Choquet-Bruhat, Gromov
Music is from Pascal Dusapin (born 29 May 1955) is a contemporary French composer born in Nancy, France. His music is marked by its microtonality, tension, and energy. A pupil of Iannis Xenakis and Franco Donatoniand an admirer of Varèse, Dusapin studied at the University of Paris I and Paris VIII during the 1970s. His music is full of "romantic constraint", and he rejects the use of electronics, percussion other than timpani, and, up until the late 1990s, piano. His melodies have a vocal quality, even in purely instrumental works. Dusapin has composed solo, chamber, orchestral, vocal, and choral works, as well as several operas, and has been honored with numerous prizes and awards.
 
+ TGSI2017 (Conférence)
Topological and Geometrical Structure of Information 28 Août 2017
TGSI2017 is dedicated to the geometrical and topological foundations of information theory. It will complement the 2017, 2016, 2015 and 2013 edition of "Geometric science of information" and "Information Geometry and its Applications IV", by focusing on the advances of entropy and information functions in probability, geometry, homology, algebra, category theory and their expression in physic and data analysis.