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 »
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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 »
The “Operational Research and Machine Learning” chair between Air France and Ecole des Ponts has been renewed for 5 years, and renamed “Artificial Intelligence for Air Transport”. It will fund research projects on the interactions of Machine Learning and Operations Research, as well as their applications to predictive maintenance, revenue management, and airline operations optimization.
Urbain Vaes joined the Inria project-team MATHERIALS on October 1st, 2021. His research focus is on the development and analysis of sampling methods in high dimensions, in particular for applications related to Bayesian inverse problems and molecular dynamics. He obtained his PhD in 2019 under the supervision of Grigorios Pavliotis and Serafim Kalliadasis. After that, he was a postdoctoral research… Read more »