Nomination IUF 2022 – Jean Monnet University

Each year, the Institut universitaire de France (IUF) selects teacher-researchers for their research excellence. Among the 184 teachers and researchers recruited. Jean Monnet has been nominated by two scientists from Saint-Etienne University.
According to the May 2 decree of the Minister of Higher Education and Research, the winners became members from May 1Of October 2022 and for five years.

Proud of university researchers!

Amauri Habard, Professor of Computer Science and Researcher at Hubert Kurien Laboratory,
Senior member of the IUF

Amauri Habard has been Professor of Computer Science at UJM since 2011 and a member of the Hubert Kurien Laboratory. Previously, he was a lecturer at Aix-Marseille where he completed his residency in 2010 for direct research. Also, Amaury is Habrard Head of Computer Science Masters And Co-responsible for the international course “Machine Learning and Data Mining” (MLDM), it is also The head of the data intelligence research team From the Hubert Kurien Lab.

In research, he works Artificial intelligence theme In the case of machine learning (also machine learning or machine learning in English). He is particularly interested in issues of representation education, transition learning, learning and physics interactions and theories of statistical education.

Author of over a hundred international publications and communications, Amaury Habrard is the co-founder and former president of the Société Savante Francophone d’Apprentissage Machine (2019-2021). She Artificial Intelligence is a member of the Scientific Office of the MIAI Institute Sponsored by Grenoble Alps University. She was Area Chair “The most prestigious conference in the field: Neural Information Processing Systems (NeuriIPS), the International Machine Learning Society (ICML), the International Conference on Learning Representations (ICLR) and the best in this conference.

Olivia Marshall, Lecturer in Mathematics and Researcher at the Camille Jordan Institute,
Junior member of the IUF

Olivia Marshall is a mathematics lecturer Since then at Jean Monnet University 2012 and researcher at Camille Jordan Institute (UJM, CNRS, Lyon1, Ecole Centrale de Lyon, INSA de Lyon. In 2007, she earned an engineering degree from Ecole Polytechnique). With specialization in theoretical physics. He also passed Mathematics and as a free candidate is eligible for Physics-Chemistry.

At the end of 2010, he received a PhD in Applied Mathematics With “Excellent” ratingThen it pursues one Postdoctoral agreement Until September 2012 at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. This post is accompanied by a dock Load of teaching in English for which he won the “Inspirational Instructor” award Rewarded by students. To connect with the world of the preparatory class from which certain students of the university come, he gives Glue to Fourier High School in St.-Etienne from 2014 to 2017 and Park High School in Lyon from 2016 to 2018. At the same time, he pays. Correction of Mathematics is a test of the prestigious X-ENS competition since 2012.

In terms of research, Olivia March received her habitation for direct research in October 2017. Doctoral supervision and research bonus Same year. Moreover, heAuthor of three math booksThe titles are: “Basis of Probability”, “Statistics Implemented with Introduction to R Software” and “Course and Correction Practice on Estimated Statistics”, which allows it to provide high quality education with complete and detailed support for students.

University Institute in France It aims to promote scientific excellence, scientific integrity and gender equality in universities and therefore makes the dissemination of knowledge one of its most important priorities.
Its mission is Promoting high-level international research at French universities. It ensures a balanced distribution throughout France as well as encourages teacher-researchers to acquire research skills.

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