CentraleSupélec

Des formations d’excellence de niveau international

MSc in Artificial Intelligence

Academic Directors

Nikos Paragios : (PhD'00, Inria) is distinguished professor of mathematics at CentraleSupelec. His research interests are in the areas of computer vision, biomedical image analysis, machine learning and artificial intelligence. His publication record according to DBLP can be found here and his research profile according to Google Scholar here.

Céline Hudelot: (PhD 2004, INRIA Sophia Antipolis), is full Professor at CentraleSupélec. Her research interests include artificial intelligence, knowledge representation and reasoning for semantic image analysis, representation learning, information fusion, logics for AI, spatial reasoning and machine learning.Her publication record can be found here and her research profile according to Google Scholar here
 

Vincent Mousseau: (PhD’93 Univ. Paris-Dauphine) is full professor at CentraleSupélec. His research is in the field of multiple criteria decision analysis, preference learning, and Decision Making. His publication record can be found here and his research profile according to Google Scholar here.

Administrative Director

Academic expertise and excellence

 

Karteek Alahari (PhD'10, Oxford Brookes University, UK) is a chargé de recherche at Inria. His research interests are in the areas of computer vision, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.
His publication record according to DBLP can be found here and his research profile according to Google Scholar here.

Matthias Gallé (PhD'11, Inria) is a senior scientist and group leader (NLP) at Naver Labs Europe. His research interest are in NLP, sequence analysis and grammatical inference.
His publication record according to DBLP can be found here and his research profile according to Google Scholar here.

 

Céline Hudelot: (PhD 2004, INRIA Sophia Antipolis), is full Professor at CentraleSupélec. Her research interests include artificial intelligence, knowledge representation and reasoning for semantic image analysis, representation learning, information fusion, logics for AI, spatial reasoning and machine learning. Her publication record can be found here and her research profile according to Google Scholar here.

Christophe Labreuche (PhD'97 Univ. Paris-Dauphine) is research engineer at Thales (at Palaiseau, France). His research interest include multiple criteria decision analysis, game theory and argumentation.
His publication record can be found here and his research profile according to Google Scholar here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vincent Lepetit (PhD'01, Nancy) is a full professor at University of Bordeaux. His research interests are in the areas of 3D computer vision, machine learning, and deep learning for robotics. His publication record according to DBLP can be found here and his research profile according to Google Scholar here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fragkiskos Malliaros (PhD'15, École Polytechnique) is an assistant professor at Ecole CentraleSupelec. His research interests span the broad area of data science, with focus on graph mining, machine learning, social network analysis and natural language processing. His publication record according to DBLP can be found here and his research profile according to Google Scholar here.

 

 

 

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Vincent Mousseau: (PhD’93 Univ. Paris-Dauphine) is full professor at CentraleSupélec. His research is in the field of multiple criteria decision analysis, preference learning, and Decision Making.
His publication record can be found here and his research profile according to Google Scholar here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wassila Ouerdane (PhD'09,  Univ. Paris-Dauphine) is an assistant Professor in Computer Science at CentraleSupélec, Her research activities are accross two fields: Artificial Intelligence and Multiple Criteria Decision aiding. She investigates several questions among them: constructing explanation (argumentation) within a decision aiding process, dealing with the dynamic of decision models within a decision process.
Her publication record according to DBLP can be found here and his research profile according to Google Scholar here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edouard Oyallon (PhD'17, ENS) is a tenure track assistant professor of machine learning at Ecole CentraleSupelec. His research interests aim to understand the mathematical foundations of artificial intelligence algorithms, with a particular focus on deep learning, computer vision and more recently reinforcement learning techniques. His publication record according to DBLP can be found here and his research profile according to Google Scholar here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jean-Philippe Poli (PhD'07, Marseille) is research engineer at CEA List and teacher at CentraleSupelec. His research interests range from smart sensors (like e-noses) to artificial intelligence, particularly reasoning and symbolic learning. His publication record can be found here.

 

 

 

 

 

Nikos Paragios : (PhD'00, Inria) is distinguished professor of mathematics at CentraleSupelec. His research interests are in the areas of computer vision, biomedical image analysis, machine learning and artificial intelligence. His publication record according to DBLP can be found here and his research profile according to Google Scholar here.

 

 

 

 

Nicolas Sabouret: (PhD 2002, Univ. Paris-Sud), is full Professor at CentraleSupélec and Univ. Paris-Sud. His research interests include artificial intelligence, multi-agent simulation, embodied conversational agents, affective computing and knowledge representation and reasoning for the simulation of human behaviour. His publication record can be found here and her research profile according to Google Scholar here.

 

 

 

 

Hugues Talbot (PhD'1993, Mines Paristech) is professor of mathematics at Ecole CentraleSupelec. His research interests are in the areas of optimization, computer vision, biomedical image analysis, machine learning and artificial intelligence. His publication record according to DBLP can be found here and his research profile according to Google Scholar here.

 

Yuliya Tarabalka (PhD’10, Grenoble Institute of Technology) is researcher at Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée. Her research interests are in the areas of computer vision, machine learning, remote sensing image analysis and artificial intelligence. Her publication record according to DBLP can be found here and her research profile according to Google Scholar here.

 

 

 

Maria Vakalopoulou: (PhD'17, National Technical University of Athens) is associate researcher at CentraleSupelec, Paris Saclay. Her research interests are in the areas of computer vision, machine learning, remote sensing and medical image analysis.
Her publication record according to DBLP can be found here and her research profile according to Google Scholar here.