PhD students' day organized by the department of Computer Science, Data and Artificial Intelligence
Post-quantum cryptography, 5G network security, or the use of deep learning for paediatric applications... Here is a glimpse of the diversity of the work carried out by the IDIA department's doctoral students that was presented on 10 June. This event was also the occasion for exchanges and awards. Zujany Salazar's poster was rewarded, while Denis Antipov, Lou Salaun, Adrien Poulenard and Pierre Laforgue presented their doctoral work that had won awards from the department, as did Boris Muzellec, winner of the IP-Paris thesis prize for his advances in optimal transport for data sciences.