IDIA day, September 14th, Program
IDIA organizes its annual meeting, september 14th in Telecom building (amphi Estaunié). It is open to all IDIA members (registration is mandatory but free). The program is the following:
– 1PM: welcome coffee
-1:15-1:45PM: IDIA actions for 2023-24
– 1:45-2:00PM: questions and discussions about IDIA
– 2:00-3:15PM: newcomers session 1
- Loic Le Folgoc, LTCI
- Johannès Lutzeyer, LIX
- Jhony Giraldo, LTCI
- Nils Holzenberger, LTCI
- Martin Krejca, LIX
- Charlotte Laclau, LTCI
– 3:15-3:45PM: coffee break
– 3:45-5:00PM: newcomers session 2
- Mehwish Alam, LTCI
- Philippe Xu, U2IS
- Kevin Jiokeng, LIX
- Sébastien Canard, LTCI
- Théo Zimmermann, LTCI
- Qingju Wang, LTCI
– 5:00-6:00PM: cocktail
Registration is mandatory.
SAUTOS (Safe AUTOnomous Systems) summer school, Saclay, October 23-27 2023
IDIA supports the SAUTOS summer school (https://www.sautos.universite-paris-saclay.fr/) on safe autonomous systems. This school is co-organised by Alexandre Chapoutot (IDIA). Registration before October 2th on https://sautos.sciencesconf.org/.
ICST PhD day, june 2023, Palaiseau
The second edition of the STIC doctoral day on the Saclay plateau was organised on June 20, 2023 at AgroParisTech (Amphi, building A). This day is organized jointly by the IP Paris doctoral school of the Institut Polytechnique de Paris and the STIC doctoral school of the University of Paris Saclay. It benefits from the support of the IDIA (Computer Science, Data, Artificial Intelligence) and ICE (Information, Communication, Electronics) departments of IP Paris as well as the Computer Science and Digital Sciences graduate school of the University of Paris Saclay.
This scientific day is aimed at all PhD students in ICST and their supervisors, from the University of Paris-Saclay and the Institut Polytechnique de Paris.Lectures has been given by two invited speakers, Catuscia Palamidessi (LIX, Inria, Institut Polytechnique de Paris) and Benedikt Bollig (LMF, CNRS, Université Paris-Saclay), by the winners of the 2022 Doctoral Prizes of the Plateau de Saclay and by the winners of the PhD thesis prizes 2023 from the IDIA and ICE departments. Posters has been presented by PhD students from the two universities.
All details on https://doct-stic-saclay23.sciencesconf.org/
CSDAI best PhD thesis for 2023
The CSDAI department has awarded its best PhD thesis for 2023:
First prize for Antonin Leroux, LIX
François Morain and Luca De Feo
Quaternion algebra and isogeny-based cryptography
Accessit for Cameron Calk, LIX
Advisors: Eric Goubault and Philippe Malbos
Algebraic and topological models of directed systems
Accessit for Emanuele Dalsasso, LTCI
Advisors: Florence Tupin and Loïc Denis
Deep learning for SAR imagery: from denoising to scene understanding
Accessit for Elie Michel, LTCI
Advisors: Tamy Boubekeur
Interactive authoring of 3D shapes represented as programs
Thanks to the committee, Bruno Defude (samovar), Constantin Enea (LIX), Walid Gaaloul (Samovar), Antoine Manzanera (U2IS), Hieu Phan (LTCI)
QS 2023, IP Paris ranked 31th in computer science and information systems
According to the new QS ranking, IP Paris is ranked first in France, ninth in Europe and 31th in the World for Computer Science and Information Systems subject. Congratulations to our faculty and PhD students for this very good result!
F4C action of STeP2 ExcellenceS is starting
Future for Computing (F4C) is an action of STeP2 involving CSDAI department and Physics department. This action will help us to develop our research in quantum computing and technologies and in fundamentals of CS. This project will allow us to hire three assistant professors with startup packages and to support other young researchers in these fields.
More information on STeP2 on https://www.ip-paris.fr/en/news/ip-paris-wins-excellences-call-projects
New ERC Consolidator grant for Maks Ovsjanikov
Congratulations to Maks Ovsjanikov who have just received an ERC Consolidator Grant for his project VEGA: Universal Geometric Transfer Learning.
This project will explore ways in which 3D geometric data can be made more amenable to learning, especially in the presence of limited labeled training data.
IP Paris ranked 46 in computer science (THE by subject ranking)
IP Paris is ranked 46 in computer science by the 2023 THE by subject ranking (https://www.timeshighereducation.com/world-university-rankings/2023/subject-ranking/computer-science). We are ranked 2nd in France and 10th in Europe. Thanks to all IDIA members for this nice result which position IP Paris as a major center for computer science.
CSDAI 2022 best thesis prize
The CSDAI department has awarded its best PhD thesis for 2022:
First prize for Kimia Nadjahi, LTCI
Advisor: Roland Badeau
Sliced-Wasserstein Distance for Large-Scale Machine Learning: Theory, Methodology and Extensions
Second prize for Louis Faury, LTCI and Criteo
Advisor: Olivier Fercoq
Variance-sensitive confidence intervals for parametric and offline bandits
Second prize for Marie-Julie Rakotosaona, LIX
Advisor: Maks Ovsjanikov
Learning-based representations and methods for 3D shape analysis, manipulation and reconstruction
Accessit for Martina Cerulli, LIX
Advisors: Leo Liberti and Claudia d’Ambrosio
Billevel optimization and applications
Accessit for Ondrej Cifka, LTCI
Advisors: Gaël Richard and Umul Simsekli
Deep learning methods for music style transfer
Accessit for Huating Yao, LIX and Mc Gill University
Advisors: Yann Ponty and Jérôme Waldispuhl
Local Decomposition in RNA Structural Design
Thanks to the committee, Bruno Defude (samovar), Constantin Enea (LIX), Walid Gaaloul (Samovar), Georges Hébrail (IRT SystemX), Antoine Manzanera (U2IS), Hieu Phan (LTCI)
CSDAI day, 2022 june 28th
A full day for the CSDAI department with scientific presentations, a nice barbecue for lunch, PhD posters and the award ceremony of the best CSDAI thesis for 2021.
talk of Gael
Thanks to all participants!