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This year, PGMO days (Gaspard Monge Program for Optimisation) are organized on Monday 13 and Tuesday 14 November at the EDF-Lab in Saclay.
The event aims to bring together researchers and industrialists on all aspects of optimization.
Monday, November 13 will be devoted to 4 plenaries with renowned researchers :
- Aharon Ben Tal (Technion)
- Roberto Cominetti (Santiago)
- Frauke Liers (Erlangen)
- Andrzej Ruszczynski (Rutgers)
Tuesday 14 November will be devoted to thematic sessions on all areas of optimization.
Place : EDF-Lab à Saclay
Cédric Villani, mathematician and winner of the Field medal in 2010, has been tasked by the Prime Minister with examining France's strategy on artificial intelligence (AI) within Europe. He will submit his recommendations to the government in January. To bring this project to a successful conclusion, he is working with by Marc Schoenauer, research director and head of the TAU team at the Inria Saclay – Île-de-France research centre. “Cédric Villani contacted me directly,” recalls the researcher. “He needed someone who is more specialised in artificial intelligence.” For more than 25 years, Marc Schoenauer has in fact been one of the few French mathematicians recognised in this field. He is also president of AFIA, the French artificial intelligence association.
The extension of the Alan Turing building, headquarters of the Inria Saclay - Île-de-France research center, was inaugurated on Tuesday 14 February 2017. After 2 years of construction, the building now extends over 12,000 m² and has more than 120 news offices, a FIT IoT-Lab wireless sensor platform or a 130-seat amphitheater.
Last February, Pierre Karpman, a former PhD student of the Grace team at Inria Saclay - Île-de-France research centre, and his team caused a collision between two PDF files and proved the obsolescence of the SHA-1 hash standard.
Fujitsu plans to invest €50 million in France to develop its competence in data processing and artificial intelligence. The major Japanese firm is seeking to work with Inria's researchers, starting with the Datashape team.
- Topological data analysis
- Frédéric Chazal
- Inria Saclay - Île-de-France centre
- Artificial intelligence