Category: Seminars

The LIG Keynote Speeches: Show me your network, I’ll tell you who you are by E. Fleury

Although community detection has drawn tremendous amount of attention across the sciences in the past decades, no formal consensus has been reached on the very nature of what qualifies a community as such. In this talk we take an orthogonal approach by introducing a novel point of view to the problem of overlapping communities. Instead …

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Seminar: Data Structures of the Future: Concurrent, Optimistic, and Relaxed Speaker by Dan Alistarh, Microsoft Research

Date: Friday December 5th 2014 at 2:00PM Room: IXXI Abstract: The need to process larger and larger amounts of data as efficiently as possible has been one of the main computing trends of the past decade. This new set of requirements significantly changes the way data structures are designed, implemented and employed. In this talk, …

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Seminar: Matrix Completion on Graphs by Prof. Pierre Vandergheynst (EPFL)

Date: 28/11/2014 at 2PM Room: lecture room of the CBP (in the LR6 building of Monod campus) about : Title: Matrix Completion on Graphs Abstract: The problem of finding the missing values of a matrix given a few of its entries, called matrix completion, has gathered a lot of attention in the recent years. Although …

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Ha Duong PHAN is invited professor of ENS Lyon and UCBL during march-april 2014

Ha Duong PHAN (http://vie.math.ac.vn/~phduong/) from the Institute of Mathematics of the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology will stay in the DANTE team of the LIP, at IXXI, as an invited professor of ENS Lyon and UCBL during march and april 2014. She will give a seminar on “Chip Firing Game: Lattice structure and recognition …

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Seminar : Statistical physics of opinion and social conflict by Dr. Gerardo Iñiguez from Aalto University (Finland)

Date : December, 3th 2013 at 15:00 Room : IXXI Since the 19th century many scholars have pondered on the existence of quantitative laws that describe the collective behaviour of a large number of people. Although fields like statistics and sociometry have long studied the dynamical regularities and structural properties of social systems, it is …

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Séminar: Social aspects of (location) privacy by Kévin Huguenin

Date: Friday, December, 13th, 2013 at 11:00AM Room: IXXI Summary: In this talk, I will present two contributions and an ongoing project on the social aspects of privacy. More specifically, (1) I will present the results of a comparative study on the inference of social ties in pervasive networks (from the stand points of two …

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