Participants

  • Anne Auger: Inria research associate at the Tao Project. Her main research topics are stochastic optimisation mainly for continuous problems (numerical optimisation) and Monte Carlo Markov Chains.
  • Cyril Furtlehner: Inria research associate at the Tao Project. His main research interests concern discreet stochastic systems, particle exclusion processes and hydrodynamic limits, and statistical physics approaches to Optimization and Machine learning.
  • Jean-Marc Lasgouttes: Inria research associate at the Imara Project. His main research theme is probabilistic modelling of large systems and links with statistical physics.
  • Fabrice Marchal: CNRS research associate at the Lab of Transportation Economics (LET) in Lyon, France.
  • Victorin Martin: Inria Ph.D. Student at the Imara and Tao Projects, working on theoretical aspects of the belief propagation algorithm.
  • Fabien Moutarde: associate professor at the Robotics laboratory of MinesParis, where he conducts research on various applications of machine-learning algorithms, particularly in real-time vision, and also on cluster-mining with SOM.
  • Maxim Samsonov: Inria Post-doctoral fellow, with expertise in applied mathematics and statistical physics
  • Yufei Han: Armines Post-doctoral fellow, with expertise in Machine Learning and pattern recognition

Past participants

  • Dimo Brockhoff: Inria Post-doctoral fellow, with expertise in stochastic optimization (bio-inspired evolutionary approaches) in particular multi-objective optimization
  • Oumar Baba DiakhatĂ©: Inria master 2 intern, worked on theoretical aspects of the belief propagation algorithm.
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