I'm professor of data science at Université Paris-Dauphine. I'm a member of the CEREMADE.
The English part of this website is mostly dedicated to my research activities and to various more personal subjects than might be of some interest to others. As I teach almost exclusively in French, teaching related materials are available from the French version of this website.
2 September 2019 » Cours d'introduction au business analytics
13 November 2017 » Cours d'introduction à la fouille de graphes
3 November 2017 » Big Data Course
before 3 November 2017 » Archives
28 November 2018 » Aichetou Bouchareb's PhD Defense
1 March 2018 » Welcome to Elie Mengin
17 November 2017 » Marco Corneli's PhD Defense
before 17 November 2017 » Archives
I'm interested in exploratory data analysis (including visualization), data mining and machine learning. I focus most of my research activities on non standard (non vector) data, ranging from functional data to graphs, as well as on generic dissimilarity based techniques, using kernel machines (such as support vector machines), artificial neural networks, and, more recently, generative models. On an application point of view, I've worked on spectrometric data and on web usage data, but I tend to specialize now on data coming from the humanities (History mainly).
Almost all my publications are available on line, together with software and data sets.
As pointed out above, a large part of my teaching activity in computer science and mathematics is done in French with lecture notes written in French. The English ones are available through this page.
You'll find here detailed contact information.