PhD award of the Fondation Mines-Télécom

I have been awarded best PhD thesis from the Fondation Mines-Télécom!

Every year, a prize honors the best PhD thesis from the Futur & Ruptures program (co-funded by the Fondation Mines-Télécom and the Carnot institute Télécom & Société numérique).

 

After presenting the work I have done during my PhD at the Journée Futur & Ruptures (a day organized every year by the Fondation Mines-Télécom to present the work achieved during the PhD they funded), four of us were selected as finalists for the PhD award.

I then made a video (of 3 minutes, in french) summing up my work (long way to go before being a youtuber..!). The prizes were announced during the special event organized by the Fondation, which was held on the 27th of March at the BNP Parisbas headquarters in Paris.

Credit: Franck Beloncle

 

The awards were given as follow:

1st prize: Sylvain Lobry – Markovian models for information extraction in SAR imagesTélécom ParisTech

2nd prize (tied):

El Mehdi Amhoud – Coding Techniques for Space Division Multiplexed Optical Fiber Systems – Télécom ParisTech

Yousra Bekhti – Source localization for functional brain imaging with M/EEG – Télécom ParisTech

Ivan Gorynin – Fast Filtering and Unsupervised Estimation in Switching Markov Models Télécom SudParis

It was a great evening, and I particularly enjoyed the interactions with the other recipients! Once again, I would like to thank the Fondation for this prize, as well as Loïc Denis, Florence Tupin, Roger Fjørtoft and Cyrielle Flosi for their advices on the video.