📓 by Naereen @ GitHub
This repository hosts some slides for talks I gave in the last years (since 2016), covering various subjects, including programming/code, training and teaching, research (at conferences and my PhD defense)...
- At first, this repository was only here to host some small experiments, for me to learn how to use the remark.js slideshow tools correctly;
- But I discovered that pandoc can be used to create PDF Beamer slides, written easily in Markdown, and I love it now
❤️! My pandoc/beamer template is working well, I love it.
- And I am passionate about open-source, and really fond of Markdown, I am trying to publish here all the slides of the talks I gave recently (from July 2017).
- (OLD) I also really like Marp, and have written this small CSS file to customize it (using Palatino & Fira Code fonts).
About tools in 2021
- (NEW) I'm less fan of the new Marp app , and have written this small CSS file to customize it (using Palatino & Fira Code fonts), as well as bash aliases
- (NEW) I LOVE jupyter notebooks, and I use the RISE extension regularly to produce slideshows from live Jupyter notebooks (see RISE on GitHub). See this example (in French), presented at a conference in February 2020. It uses reveal.js, which is honestly better than remarkjs or Marp...
See also my SpeakerDesk profile, where I also shared all my previous slides, and I will keep sharing the new ones.
- For my previous research internships : « Méthodes de volumes finis sur carte graphique nVidia pour Euler compressible » (in French, fluid mechanics, PDE, and C/CUDA programming) L3 (2012), « Modularité pour les programmes de robots » (in French, formal logic), M1 (2013), « Theoretical study of steerable homogeneous operators » (in English), M2 (2016).
- And for my M.Sc. (MVA) in 2015-16, for some research projects : Graphs in Machine-Learning (2015), Sparsity and Compressed Sensing (2015), Reinforcement Learning (2015), Modeling in Neuro-Science (2016).
How to read these documents?
PDF versions are not available on the Git repository, but on they are my website.
- July 2016: Python Introduction and Demo at EPFL (Lausanne, Switzerland).
- February 2017 : "Mastering Markdown and MediaWiki" training (CentraleSupélec Rennes).
- May 2017 : 6 month PhD summary for my "CSID Comitee" (CentraleSupélec Rennes) (16:9 ?).
- June 2017 : Presentation of the ADDI Association (PhD Student Day 2017 in Rennes) (16:9 ?).
- September 2017 : Presentation of our CrownCom conference article (Lisboa, Portugal) (16:9 ?).
- November 2017 : "Git and Open Source Your Simulation Code" training session (CentraleSupélec Rennes) (16:9 ?).
- November 2017 : 1 year of PhD summary, presentation at the SCEE team seminar (CentraleSupélec Rennes) (16:9 ?).
- December 2017 : Presentation of our ALT 2018 article at SequeL team seminar (Inria Lille) (16:9 ?).
- January 2018 : Same presentation at the ENSAI "brown-bag" seminar (Rennes).
- January 2018 : "Python introduction for MATLAB users" training session (CentraleSupélec Rennes) (16:9 ?).
- March 2018 : "Introduction to Jupyter notebooks" training session (CentraleSupélec Rennes) (16:9 ?).
- April 2018 : "Multi-Player Bandits Models Revisited", talk at the ALT 2018 conference (16:9 ?), for this paper.
- April 2018 : "Aggregation of Multi-Armed Bandits Learning Algorithms for Opportunistic Spectrum Access", talk at the IEEE WCNC 2018 conference (16:9 ?), for this paper.
- May 2018 : summary for half of my PhD, the "CSID Comitee" (CentraleSupélec Rennes) (16:9 ?).
- June 2018 : Julia my new computing friend? An introduction for MATLAB users, at IETR seminar 2018, in collaboration with Pierre Haessig (see also here).
- October 2018 : "Looking for and Organizing your Bibliographic References" training session (CentraleSupélec Rennes) (16:9 ?).
- October 2018 : "Multi-Player Bandits Revisited", seminar at CMAP laboratory at École Polytechnique (Palaiseau, France) (16:9 ?), for this paper.
- December 2018 : "5 useful tools as a Christmas gift", traning session (CentraleSupélec Rennes) (16:9 ?), in collaboration with Bastien Trotobas, Nabil Zaraneh and Pierre Haessig.
- April 2019 : "GNU Radio Implementation of Multi-Armed bandits Learning for Internet-of-things Networks", talk at the IEEE WCNC 2019 conference (16:9 ?), for this paper.
- April 2019 : "Upper-Confidence Bound for Channel Selection in LPWA Networks with Retransmissions", talk at the MoTION Workshop at IEEE WCNC 2019 conference (16:9 ?), for this paper.
- May 2019 : slides for the oral presentation given to apply for a teaching-and-research position in Computer Science at ENS de Rennes (29-05-2019) (16:9 ?), for this paper.
- June 2019 : "The Bernoulli Generalized Likelihood Ratio test (B-GLR) for Non-Stationary Multi-Armed Bandits", talk at the monthly research seminar at the PANAMA team, at IRISA lab in Rennes (16:9 ?), for this paper.
- August 2019 : "The Bernoulli Generalized Likelihood Ratio test (B-GLR) for Non-Stationary Multi-Armed Bandits", talk at the GRETSI conference, in Lille (in French), for this paper.
- September 2019 : "Introduction to Multi-Armed Bandits and Reinforcement Learning", for this Training School in Paris.
- November 2019 : oral defense of my PhD thesis, "Multi-players Bandit Algorithms for Internet of Things Networks", see also my PhD thesis.
- August 2020 : presentation of the Master degree I'm in charge of at ENS Rennes (prépa agrég maths option informatique).
▶️ 2. View the slides on-line as HTML pages ?
These versions are experimental and should not be used. Hic sunt dracones!
- Example: template.
- 2017_09__Presentation_article_CrownCom_Conference (still ugly, prefer the PDF).
- For other slides, if I forgot one, use this URL:
Note: I have stopped writing these web versions from March 2018, I saw that nobody every visited the previous ones and they appear useless. Tell me if you want them?
🔄 3. View the slides locally ?
- You can also clone this repository, and browse locally the slides.
- For some slides, they are not working as independent HTML files, so I switched to reveal-md: simply use
makein the sub-folder and it will open the slides in a browser (the npm package
reveal-mdis required, though...)
💁 More information?
- More information about pandoc: on github.com/jgm/pandoc.
- More information about remarkjs: on github.com/gnab/remark.
- More information about reveal.js: on github.com/hakimel/reveal.js.
- More information about reveal-md: on github.com/webpro/reveal-md.
- More information about Markdown: on commonmark.org.
The logos and images are the properties of their respective authors (for instance, ENS Paris Saclay, EPFL, CentraleSupélec, IETR, etc).