Information and Communication Science and Technologies
Jacques Morgenstern Colloquium
A series of monthly lectures, the Jacques Morgenstern Colloquium exhibits the most active, most promising research in the field of Information and Communication Science and Technologies (ICST). It is the result of a partnership between I3S laboratory (UNS-CNRS), Polytech'Nice-Sophia, and Inria.
The presentations cover a sufficiently broad range of issues to be of interest to all researchers, engineers and students involved in the future of ICST. The speakers, French or foreign, are prominent figures, computer scientists, mathematicians or specialists in fields where computer science plays a major role.
The colloquium bears the name of Jacques Morgenstern, professor of mathematics at Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis, a specialist in algebraic complexity theory and one of the pioneers of symbolic computation. Until his tragic death in 1994, he led a joint team involving Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis, Inria and CNRS (French National Centre for Scientific Research).
The colloquium is part of the training of the ICST Doctoral School.