iCoSys is excited to participate in Alliance’s brainstorming event focused on predictive maintenance with AI. Predictive maintenance is crucial for companies across various industries to prevent financial losses caused by equipment breakdowns or premature replacements. This approach relies on data analysis and artificial intelligence can play a pivotal role. The event on September 28 will feature discussions among industry peers and academic institutions on the automatic collection and management of relevant data for effective predictive maintenance. Additionally, Prof. Dr. Jean Hennebert will deliver a talk on the remaining research challenges in this field.
Congratulations to Michael Jungo, PhD student at iCoSys for winning the best student paper award at the International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition – ICDAR 2023. The conference took place in San Jose, California, and is considered one of the top conference for the Document Analysis and Recognition – DAR community. The paper, entitled […]
Position: Are you starting your MSE master studies at 50%? Or are you simply looking for a computer science position at 50% min? This announcement is for you. The position includes, not limited to, full-stack software development, machine learning and assisting bachelor level students for practical work. Contracts are typically for a duration of min 1 […]
Our institute will be present at FORWARD, the innovation forum for SMEs on 10th of March 2023 at EPFL. Two projects will be presented and debated during the panel : “Comment rendre ma PME (vraiment) plus digitale?” “How to make my SME (really) more digital?“: The Swiss AI Center for SMEs, a project funded by […]
iCosys is showcasing an interactive art installation at the light festival 2023 in Murten, running from January 18th to 29th, 2023. The installation, called ARTificial Journey, immerses visitors in a fairytale world created using various artificial intelligence technologies such as Midjourney and FILM for visual components, an infrared camera and YoloV5 for visitor detection, and […]
We are happy to announce the start of the new project called “Swiss AI Center for SMEs”, as of September 2022. The project is funded by the flagship call of the Engineering and Architecture domain of the HES-SO and will last 4 years. It involves 5 partners in HES-SO: HEIA-FR, HEIG-VD, HE-Arc, HEPIA, and HEVS. […]