Maxime Portaz
PhD Student - Programmer

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Professional Experience

2017-2018 :
Teaching Assistant - Université Grenoble Alpes, INF101 - Introduction to Python
2016-2017 :
Teaching Assistant - Université Grenoble Alpes, INF101 - Introduction to Unix and C programming
2015-2016 :
Teaching Assistant - Université Grenoble Alpes, INF111 - Introduction to Unix and C programming
July 2015 :
Research Engineer Inria Grenoble
LANGUAGES
C++
FIELDS
3D models, scene generation, data fusion
TOOLS
Json, OpenGL
Nov. 2014 - June 2015 :
Internship Inria Grenoble - Prima Team - Interactive Expressive Figurines for narative design
LANGUAGES
C++, Javascript(nodeJS)
FIELDS
Computer Vision, data fusion object tracking, multimodal data
TOOLS
Optical Flow, IMU sensors, OpenCV, Kinect
2014 :
Internship Inria Grenoble - Prima Team - Skeleton Based Imitation Game between human and humanoid robot (NAO)
LANGUAGES
Python, C++
FIELDS
Robotic, Computer Vision, 3D visualization
TOOLS
Blender Game Engine, NAOqi, Kinect SDK
2013 :
Internship Inria Grenoble - Prima Team - Clustering and classification on multimodal data for intention detection in human-robot interaction.
LANGUAGES
Python
FIELDS
Machine Learning, supervised and unsupervised learning
TOOLS
Scikit-learn

Programming Skills

Publications

Teaching


Algorithmic and Python programming (INF101) at Grenoble Alpes University in 2017 : pdf

Introduction to Unix and C programming (INF101) at Grenoble Alpes University in 2016 : pdf/ Correction

About


After my Licence in Mathematics and Computer Science, I completed my Master Degree in Computer Graphics, Vision and Robotics at Grenoble-Alpes University. I am currently working in the LIG Laboratory in Grenoble Alpes University for my PhD on Computer Vision and Information Retrieval.

I particularly like Deep Learning approaches, for images, but I also like to read papers on text analysis. I work with Torch (PyTorch now) and sometimes Tensorflow. You can visit my GitHub page for more details.

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