Poste de professeur / Full professor position
A Professor position is open at ENS Lyon on Statistical machine learning, high dimensional statistics, with integration either at LIP or at UMPA . Deadline: march 29, 2018. See the Job profile (site Galaxie) (description in english on p. 4).
Michaël Rao (team : MC2), for his work on Exhaustive search of convex pentagons which tile the planel. Read the article.
General Presentation of the LIP
LIP Computer Science laboratory gathers 57 permanent faculties and researchers, 40-50 PhD students and over 20 scientists working on temporary positions. The administrative and technical staff gathers 12 engineers and assisting people. Research is developped on a wide spectrum of key topics of computer and information sciences as well as on various inter-disciplinary initiatives. LIP main strength is the creative interaction between long-term fundamental research, innovative software/hardware design and shorter-term projects/transfers through industrial collaborations.
LIP members are highly involved in teaching within the University of Lyon.
The LIP is associated with the CNRS , the ENS Lyon, the INRIA and the UCB Lyon 1 (UMR CNRS - ENS Lyon - UCB Lyon 1 - INRIA 5668) and is part of MILYON (Laboratoire d'Excellence "Mathématiques et Informatique à Lyon").
The Director is Patrick Baillot. The Associate Director is Frédéric Vivien. The Deputy Director in Charge of call for projects, research transfert and international affairs is Eddy Caron. The Deputy Director in Charge of PhD, teaching and non-permanent positions is Damien Stehlé.
The LIP is divided into teams:
- AriC (Arithmetic and Computing), team leader Bruno Salvy
- Avalon (Algorithms and Software Architectures for Distributed and HPC Platforms), team leader Christian Perez
- CASH (Compilation and Analysis, Software and Hardware), team leader Matthieu Moy
- DANTE (Dynamic Network), team leader Eric Fleury
- MC2 (Models of computation, Complexity, Combinatorics), team leader Michaël Rao
- PLUME (programs and proofs), team leader Russell Harmer
- ROMA (Resource Optimization : Models, Algorithms and Scheduling), team leaders Loris Marchal and Frédéric Vivien