The winners of the PSL I ADELI Artificial Intelligence, Data Sciences and Interfaces dissertation prize
The jury of the PSL I ADELI dissertation prize awarded one prize and two honorable mentions to outstanding works in Artificial Intelligence and Data Sciences. The awards will be presented at an official ceremony at the ENS - PSL on December 6, 2019.
Created in partnership with the ADELI association, the dissertation prize aims to reward and promote the best dissertation work of young PSL researchers in the disciplines of Artificial Intelligence, Data Sciences, as well as their applications to the Human and Social Sciences, and Experimental Sciences (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, etc.). The jury selected a winner and awarded two honorable mentions.
The winners of the PSL I ADELI Artificial Intelligence, Data Sciences and Interfaces dissertation Prize
First prize: €1500
- Damien Scieur "Accélération des méthodes d'optimisation", under the direction of Francis Bach and Alexandre d'Aspremont. Dissertation prepared at Université PSL, as part of the Sciences Mathématiques de Paris Centre, in partnership with DIENS - Département d'informatique de l'École normale supérieure (laboratoire) and the Ecole normale supérieure - PSL (host institution).
Honorable mentions: €500
- Anaelle Wilczynski, "Interaction entre agents modélisée par un réseau social dans des problématiques de choix social computationnel" under the direction of Laurent GOURVES, CNRS Research Director at LAMSADE. Dissertation defended in December 2018 at Université Paris-Dauphine - PSL.
- Mariana Babo-Rebelo, "Anchoring the self in the neural monitoring of visceral signals : how heartbeat-evoked responses encode the self" under the direction of Catherine Tallon-Baudry. Dissertation defended in May 2017 in l'École doctorale Cerveau, cognition, comportement (Paris), in partnership with Laboratoire des Neurosciences Cognitives de l'Ecole Normale Supérieure - PSL.