We have chosen this year to honor our most performing interns by initiating the Best Research & Innovation Internship contest, which distinguished four of our young recruits. These interns were rewarded for their significant contributions to our intellectual property portfolio and company reputation, the business use of their ideas, the complexity of the subject they worked on and for their team spirit. Luc Le Magoarou, Master II student at INSA Rennes in Communication Systems and Networks, emerged as the winner of the Best Research & Innovation Internship Award, after having spent 6 months in our Imaging Science Lab working on the Auxiliary-data Informed Audio Source Separation project with his tutors Alexey Ozerov and Ngoc Duong.
The award ceremony for this contest took place during the Student Day on Oct. 10th 2013.
Imaging Science and Media Computing Lab Director Cristina Gomila, and Gary Donnan, EVP Research & Innovation, explain why Technicolor was driven to hold the Best R&I Internship Award and list the criteria chosen to evaluate and select the most outstanding interns.
Introducing the 2013 Best Research & Innovation Award and its finalists! Luc Le Magoarou, winner, describes what he has accomplished at Technicolor while Oriel Frigo, runner-up, shares his experience and future projects.