Department of Institut Polytechnique de Paris

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


PhD posters

Thanks to all participants!


Thomas Clausen new IEEE Distinguished Contributor

Thomas Clausen has been awarded the honorary title of Distinguished Contributor by the Computer Society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). More details here.

Eurographics recognizes Marie-Paule Cani with the Distinguished Career Award

Eurographics, the European professional Computer Graphics association, awarded a prize to Marie-Paule Cani, Professor at École polytechnique and researcher at the Computer Science Laboratory.

Congratulations to Marie-Paule!

More details.

Gael Richard receives an ERC advanced grant

Congratulations to Gaël Richard for his « Advanced Grant » of European Research Council (ERC) ! Gaël Richard, Professor at Télécom Paris and executive director of Hi! PARIS Center – AI for Society, will work on a project on machine listening and more specifically on artificial intelligence for sound. More details here.

QS 2022, IP Paris ranked 31 in computer science and information systems

Institut Polytechnique de Paris is ranked 31 (#9 in Europe and first in France) in the QS 2022 ranking by subject in computer science and information systems. It is a great news for our department! Thanks to all our faculties and PhD students for this very good result.