Author Archives: isabelle.simunic

Nerea Vadillo has been awarded the 2024 prize by the Energy Finance Italia (EFI) association.

This prize, aimed at under-30s, is awarded for the best paper presented at the EFI9 conference held in Bari from 12 to 14 February. The prize-winning work concerns the joint modelling of temperature and the price of electricity, in order to better understand and manage the risk associated with climate insurance products. It stems from a CIFRE thesis with AXA… Read more »

The Starting Grant ERC project HighLEAP (High-dimensional mathematical methods for LargE Agent and Particle systems) was awarded to Virginie Ehrlacher

The Starting Grant ERC project HighLEAP (High-dimensional mathematical methods for LargE Agent and Particle systems) was awarded to Virginie Ehrlacher. The project will last five years from 1st December 2023. Interacting particle or agent-based systems are ubiquitous in science. They arise in an extremely wide variety of applications including materials science, biology, economics and social sciences. Several mathematical models exist… Read more »

14th international conference on Monte Carlo Methods and applications (MCM 2023)

Benjamin Jourdain and Tony Lelièvre are two of the co-organizers of the 14th international conference on Monte Carlo Methods and applications (MCM 2023), together with Stéphanie Allassonnière, Jean-François Chassagneux, Florence Forbes, Emmanuel Gobet and Gilles Pagès. This biennial event is one of the most prominent conference series devoted to research on the mathematical aspects of stochastic simulation and Monte Carlo… Read more »

Jon-Shmuel Halfway to Twelfty conference

The upcoming  Jon-Shmuel Halfway to Twelfty conference will be held July 4-7 at Ecole des Ponts et Chaussées to celebrate the 60th birthdays of Jon Lee and Shmuel Onn and will bring together a diverse group of researchers interested in continuous and integer optimization, computational and discrete geometry, theory and applications. Renown experts from leading institutions will gather at Ecole des Ponts… Read more »

Arrival of Julien Guyon at CERMICS

Julien Guyon joined the Applied Probability team at CERMICS on September 1, 2022, after working as a quantitative researcher in the financial industry for 16 years at Societe Generale (Paris, 2006-2012) and Bloomberg L.P. (New York, 2012-2022). Julien was also an adjunct professor in the Department of Mathematics at Columbia University and at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, NYU, from 2015… Read more »

Axel Parmentier was awarded the 2022 Robert Faure Prize

Axel Parmentier won the first prize in the Robert Faure Prize, awarded every three years to a researcher under 35 years old. Created in honor of Professor Robert Faure, a pioneer of Operations Research in France, the Robert Faure Prize aims to encourage an original contribution in the field of Operations Research and Decision Support. Particular attention is given to… Read more »

E. Cancès was co-awarded a Simons Foundation’s Target Grant on moiré materials

The physics of moiré materials has developed exponentially in the last few years, following in particular the experimental discovery by P. Jarillo-Herrero (MIT) et al. in 2018 of superconducting states in twisted bilayer graphene (TBG). The topic of Moiré materials gives rise to new research directions at the interface between physics and mathematics. The project funded by the Simons Foundation brings together an… Read more »

Guillaume Dalle was awarded the 2021 Pasquet Prize

Fondation des Ponts awards the Pasquet prize to the “best” student who has graduated from an engineering program. Guillaume DALLE (IPEF engineer) is preparing his thesis in the Optimization team on prediction and planning problems in the railway system, with approaches that combine machine learning and operations research. He was congratulated for his thoroughness, his maturity, his excellence and his… Read more »

Louis Bouvier was co-awarded the 2021 ROADEF Master’s Thesis

The ROADEF RO/AD Master’s Thesis Prize aims to highlight the research of Master’s students devoted to Operational Research and Decision Analysis. Louis Bouvier, a student in the Master 2 MVA program at ENS Paris-Saclay and École des Ponts ParisTech, was awarded a prize for his dissertation entitled ‘Large Neighborhood Search and Structured Prediction for the Inventory Routing Problem‘. The jury… Read more »