CIAN is the extension of the AI Chair  ADSIL in Marine Bioacoustics 2020-2024 granted by AID DGA ANR. The Center of Artificial Intelligence in Natural Acoustics is a gathering of researchers with a common interest in natural bioacoustics. By understanding the subtleties of the sound orchestration that surrounds us, we can gain valuable insights into animal behavior, ecological dynamics and even contribute to conservation efforts. At the center, we use cutting-edge technologies and innovative methodologies to capture, analyze and interpret bioacoustic data.

During the last five years, we extended our researches in several connected bioacoustical research domains, all sharing our core data sciences and AI methodologies and instrumentations that we synergistically co-develop to get insight natural acoustics intelligence

NEWS : 

DATA SCIENCES AU COLLÈGE DE FRANCE –

31 janvier 2024

WORKSHOP EUROPAM –

29 janvier 2024 

SÉMINAIRE COLLECTIF BRUIT SOUS MARIN –

1er au 2 juin 2023

Projects :

ADAPREDAT

 

LIS IM2NP MIO

CARI'MAM

Caribbean Marine Mammals Preservation Network

LIS CAR-SPAW

 

construction 2018-2021/extension 2023-2026

EUROPAM

European Passive Acoustic Monitoring

LIS IMAR Akvaplan-niva Department of Earth and Environment Science, University of Pavia, Pavia The National Park of Port-Cros

GIAS

Contribuer à minimiser le risque de collision entre les bateaux et de sensibiliser davantage les usagers de la mer à ce risque

construction 2018-2021/running 2022-2027

LIS ARPAL Fondation Cima LaMMA

PSIBIOM

Plateforme numérique de services intégrés pour le suivi de la biodiversité par les objets connectés et la modélisation

LIS TerrOïko SiConsult IRIT LEFE 

QUEBEC

Acoustic survey of birds, insects and bat 

LIS MFPP 

SYLVANIA

SYnchronized Low power Versatile Acoustic Network Including Artificial intelligence – SylvanIA

LIS MFFP IM2NP LEHNA

TERRA FORMA

Le capital sol, la ressource en eau, la pression chimique, la biodiversité et l’intégrité des paysages

LIS LEFE OSUG/CNRS laboratoire Géosciences Rennes

ULPCOCHLEA

Cochlée 3D, Intelligente et ultra basse consommation – ULP-COCHLEA

LIS CRIStAL INPS IEMN

In our laboratory, we explore the intersection of acoustics and biology, presenting a multidisciplinary study focused on the detection, localization, and classification of animal sounds. Our advanced acoustics techniques, coupled with biological investigations, offer a nuanced understanding of various species’ behaviors. Employing cutting-edge acoustic detection methods and localization techniques, we try to precisely capture and pinpoint animal vocalizations.

By integrating machine learning for classification, we distinguish between different signals, revealing not only the acoustic intricacies but also correlating them with biological findings. This holistic approach provides a richer perspective on animal behaviors, contributing valuable insights to both acoustics and biology. We are eager to share our findings across diverse journals, fostering collaboration and advancing the collective knowledge of the intricate world of animal behaviors.

Last Publications :

Best P., Paris S., Glotin H., Marxer R., Deep audio embeddings for vocalisation clustering, to Plos One, February 2023

Lehnhoff L., Glotin H., Bernard S., Dabin W., le Gall Y. et al.. (2022). Behavioural Responses of Common Dolphins Delphinus delphis to a Bio-Inspired Acoustic Device for Limiting Fishery By-Catch. Sustainability.

LIS UMR 7020 CNRS / AMU / UTLN
Université de Toulon – Campus de La Garde – Bat X
CS 60584
83041 Toulon Cedex 9

NOUS CONTACTER

Tel : +33 (0)4 94 14 28 33

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