Poste d'ingénieur de recherche CDD en Machine learning
22 Septembre 2022
Catégorie : Ingénieur
Basic AI and Data Science : high-dimensional statistical learning
Specialized ML and AI : signal, image, vision
Application domain : non-destructive control, ultrasound sensors
Mots-clés deep learning, multi-modal imaging, weakly supervised learning
Laboratoire impliqué : IBISC (UEVE)
durée totale du CDD 18mois, 2600€/mois net
date de début et de fin du CDD Oct. 1st, 2022, to Feb. 26Th, 2024
A research engineer position is opened at IBISC-lab (www.ibisc.univ-evry.fr) starting from October 2022.
IBISC /SIAM is a team dedicated to artificial intelligence and cybersystems. IBISC is particularly involved in precision medicine, evaluation and patient care, and personalized medicine.
As part of the SONDES* project, we are looking for a research engineer (Candidate Master Science, BAC+5), beginner or confirmed, for a CDD of at least 18 months with a very good background in mathematics and computer science; a strong personal interest in machine learning is also mandatory.
Research topics related to the SONDES project include:
- machine learning to predict the quality of measurements and detect defects
- data visualization
- image and signal analysis
- domain shift
- data augmentation
Non-destructive testing (NDT) is one of the components of "advanced manufacturing". Control during maintenance, to detect material defects, check the conformity of welds, etc.
This work concerns the identification by deep neural networks of possible fat defects in a critical system. The identification of these defects will be based on several ultrasonic measurements, carried out in situ by the maintenance teams of the various partner industrial sites.
The objectives of this study are
1. (main): Be able to recognize in (at least) 95% of cases, bolts with a "corrosive stress crack" or "fatigue crack" type defect
2. Develop explanatory algorithms to visualize the elements that had a preponderant weight in the decision taken by the model to classify a bolt as defective.
3. expand the training set to reduce modeling uncertainty (epistemic uncertainties) by training our model on many more measurements, but whose labeling might be less reliable or absent (semi-supervised learning).
Master’s degree in one of the following fields, or a closely related domain:
- computer science (programming in Python)
- mathematics modelization and statistics
How to apply ?
Selection will be based on width, depth, and relevance of the candidate's expertise; high curiosity and potential will be the most important asset in applying.
This position is located at IBISC lab, in Evry (91)
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*SONDES= SOlution IA pour le contrôle Non-DEstructif par ultrasons de Systèmes critiques
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