This day will offer an overview of the research conducted within the DSAIDIS Chair by giving voice to various members of its academic team. The presentations will be followed by a Q&A session, and then by a time for free discussion to develop with the Chair’s partners the topics presented and to open them up to industrial issues.

Registration is reserved for partner companies (Airbus, ENGIE, IDEMIA, Safran and Valeo) and will be done on the Chair’s extranet.


9h – 9h30 Welcome Coffee and Introduction

9h30 – 10h50 – Axis 2 Exploiting large scale, heterogeneous partially labeled data

• Hicham Janati: Optimal Transport for Machine Learning (50min)
• Luc Brogat-Motte: Learning to Predict Graphs with Fused Gromov-
Wasserstein Barycenters (30min)

10h50 – 11h10 Coffee Break

11h10 – 12h35 – Axis 1 Building predictive analytics on time series and data streams

• Nathan Huet: Functional Extremes or Karhunen-Lo`eve Expansion for Ex-
treme Data (25min)
• Emilia Siviero: A Statistical Learning View of Simple Kriging (25min)
• Dimitri Bouche: Wind power predictions from nowcasts to 4-hour forecasts:
a learning approach with variable selection (25min)

12h35 – 14h Lunch (room 0A202)

14h – 15h20 – Axis 4: Learning through interations with environment

• Marc Hulcelle: Computational Multimodal Models of Users’ Affective Trust
in Multiparty Human-Robot Interaction (25min)
• Aina Gari Soler: Polysemy in Spoken Conversations and Written Texts
• Gael Guibon: A Semi-supervised Framework Dedicated to Customer Service

15h20 – 15h40 Coffee Break

15h40 – 17h – Axis 3 Machine Learning for trusted and robust decision

• Anass Aghbalou: Tail inverse regression for dimension reduction with ex-
treme response (25min)
• Jayneel Parekh: Listen to Interpret: Post-hoc Interpretability for Audio Net-
works with NMF (25min)
• Jean-Rémy Conti / Nathan Noiry: Learning an Ethical Module for Bias
Mitigation of pre-trained Models (25min)

17h-17h15 – Discussion and conclusion.