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Presentation of the program

Digiteo has launched a program of research positions entitled Digiteo Chairs. The cluster has currently 9 existing chairs. The objective is to encourage both distinguished and promising young researchers from around the world to create their own research teams here in France, together with their French colleagues. Digiteo offers a flexible and attractive research environment for creating outstanding contributions in software intensive systems.

Learn more about selected Digiteo chairs :

Selction year
First name / Name
Research theme / Chair title
In collaboration with
2011
Dimitris SamarasIdentification and prediction of Salient brain States through probabilistic structure learning towards fusion of imaging and genomic date (SuBSAmPLE)Ecpme Centrale Paris, Inria Saclay - Île-de-France
2010
Tobias Isenberg« Advanced Visuel Exploration with Interactive
Illustrative Rendering »
LIMSI/CNRS, INRIA Saclay-Ile-de-France
2010
Michalis VAZIRGIANNIS « Learning Techniques for
Large and Evolving Networked Data »
LIX, LTCI, PRISM
2009
Pr Vin de Silva (junior chair)Cell Complexes in Computational Topology : Theory and Applications (C3TTA)Inria Saclay-Ile-de-France, LIX, CEA-LIST
2009Pr Burkhart Wolff (junior chair)Advanced Constraint-Solving Techniques for HOL-TestGen (HOL-TestGen XT) »LRI, Inria Saclay-Ile-de-France
2009
Pr Pierre Hansen (senior chair)Reformulation Methods in Non-Convex and Combinatorial Optimization (RMNCCO)LIX, CEA, LRI
2009
Hermann Ney (senior chair)Discriminative Training and Log-linear Modelling in ASR and SMT (DISLOG)CNRS, LIMSI
2008
Peter CloteDevelopment of new thermodynamics-based algorithms to better understand RNALIX, LRI
2008
Alfred HeroDistributed Active Network Sensing and EstimationSupélec, L2S