S³ : Signal Seminar of Université Paris-Saclay
Test d'hypothèses bayésien non paramétrique et application à la modélisation de la zone du langage
In this presentation I will discuss non-parametric Bayesian models and hypothesis tests, with an example of application being a work in progress with the Orléans Regional Hospital Centre to estimate the language control zone in stroke patients.
The seminar will take place in the seminars room of L2S - Breguet building - CentraleSupélec at 10h30.
Participation to the seminar is free and open to all.
A coffee break willl be served from 10.30am.
Diarra joined the University of Amiens (France) where she was post-graduated in theoretical Mathematics. Afterwards, she received a Master research degree in Data processing from the UVSQ, UPMC & Telecom Sud Paris. She obtained her Ph.D. degree in Image processing from the University Paris Sud.
From 2007 to 2011, she did my doctoral research in the Laboratory of Modeling Simulation and Systems at CEA (French Atomic Energy Commission), and in the Laboratory of Signals and Systems (Supélec), in collaboration with Frédéric Joliot Hospital Service. In 2008-2010, she was a teaching assistant in Statistics and Numerical Analysis at ENSIIE Evry. From 2011 to 2013, she was an assistant professor in Mathematics at the University Paris Descartes. Since September 2013, she is an associate professor in Mathematics at the University of Orleans.