Sayeh Khaniha is starting her PhD under the supervision of François Baccelli and Armand Boschin is interning for Thomas Bonald.
Four new researchers have joined us this month:
Dalia Popescu from Nokia Bell Labs whose research interests lies on stochastic models for wireless
Welcome new students and interns of 2019!
ShenHong Li has come to work as an intern for Calvin Chen (Nokia);
Pierre Popineau is starting his
Our post-doc Diego (Da Hora) left LINCS and France after 5 years and our intern Valerio (Bruschi) left as well. We wish them all the best in their new ventures.
May luck and success always be with you!
Professor Suman Banerjee from the University of Wisconsin-Madison arrived at LINCS last week. He will stay with us for long term collaboration.
Prof. Meyn works in various areas related to networks, modeling and control of complex systems, and topics in machine learning. He is best known for award-winning monograph “Markov Chains and Stochastic Stability”.
Welcome, Professor Meyn!
In order to make things more interesting, Ma thèse en 180 secondes proposes to reduce the time to 3 minutes.
During 2018’s boat trip on the Seine river, for the LINCS annual workshop, we took it to the next level. The rule is simple: you can only speak of your thesis while you are under a bridge. Paris has a lot of bridges that come in various sizes.
Extreme, totally unfair, but above all fun, please enjoy Ma thèse sous un pont. Kids, don’t do this at home!
Soumen is a new intern working with Zied Ben Houidi at Nokia, he is here until the end of March 2018. His current focus is computational social science. He will be at LINCS every Wednesday.
Alexandre is a phd student with INRIA and Telecom Paristech. His advisers are Marc Lelarge and Thomas Bonald and he is concentrating on analyzing graphs. He will be a LINCS two days a week.