The neurocomputational and Intelligent Signal Processing (NECOTIS) research group conducts multidisciplinary research in the area of intelligent systems and man-machine communication. Exploratory, basic research and applications are developed around bio-inspired neural network systems for information and signal processing. Also, new signal processing and recognition techniques are developed based on biological…

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Partial list of ongoing projects: – Computer simulation of the visual system and objects recognition; – Recurrent neural networks for temporal series classification/separation; – Audio prothesis conception for stimulation in the Inferior Colliculus; – Noise processing by the auditory system; – Multimodal (audition and vision) 3D simulation environment for the…

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Neurocomputational, Machine Learning & Signal Processing; Speech Enhancement & Neural coding/decoding in the auditory system; Plasticity, connectome, neuroscience

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I) NECOTIS workshop program, 14 April 2016 II) See with the ears, published by les Fonds de Recherche Nature et Technologies, 14 Jan. 2016.

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Actualités

Participation in SFN conference 2018

Participation in SFN conference 2018

Maryam Hosseini’s work was presented at the SFN (Society For Neuroscience) conference which took[...]
Participation in the ICAD 2018 conference

Participation in the ICAD 2018 conference

PhD Student Louis Commere presented his work at the International conference on sonification ICAD (I[...]
NeurIPS is over!

NeurIPS is over!

NeurIPS (previously NIPS) just passed by two weeks ago and it was busy time. Another great opportuni[...]
Algorithmic Drive

Algorithmic Drive

Since the summer of 2017, artist François Quévillon has been collaborating with NECOTIS member Etien[...]
Participation in the Timbre 2018 conference

Participation in the Timbre 2018 conference

Etienne Richan's work on sound visualisation has been accepted at Timbre is a Many-Splendored Thing,[...]
Les étudiants de Sherbrooke voient différemment

Les étudiants de Sherbrooke voient différemment

Dans le cadre des travaux sur l'application Voir Différemment, Sean Wood et Louis Commère du laborat[...]