PhD Day

Practical information

  • Date: Tuesday the 2nd of November 2021
  • Location: University of Toulouse 1 Capitole, Arsenal Campus (room AR155)
  • Format: in-person event (tutorials and student presentations streamed)
  • Registration: free, but subject to submission of a short abstract (see below)

Call for abstracts

In order to participate, you have to submit your abstract by filling in this Google Form by October 5th. Notification of acceptance will be sent by October 9th.


PhD Students Mini Presentations

Program – Morning Session Talks are presented in order. Abstracts must be presented in no more than 6 minutes

Eyal LeizerovichBen Gurion University
Loïc AdamCNRS – UMR Heudiasyc 7253
Simon ReyInstitute for Logic, Language and Computations, University of Amsterdam
Arthur BoixelInstitute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC)
Leyla AdeUniversität Bayreuth
Virginie DoUniversité Paris Dauphine – PSL, Facebook AI Research
Patrick LedererTechnical University of Munich
Matthias GregerTechnical University of Munich
Halvard HummelNorwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Panagiotis PatsilinakosNational Technical University of Athens
Šimon SchierreichCzech Technical University in Prague
Rachael ColleyIRIT, Univerity of Toulouse
Paul JourdanINRAE
Théo DelemazureUniversité Paris Dauphine

Program – Evening Session

Talks are presented in order. Abstracts must be presented in no more than 6 minutes.

Jonathan WagnerTechnion, Israel
Josselin GuéneronUniversity of Caen Normandy (FRANCE)
Bele WollesenLondon School of Economics and Political Science
René RomenTechnical university of munich
Linus BoesHeinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf, Germany
Hénoïk Willot and Khaled BelahceneHeudiasyc – Université de Technologie de Compiègne
Xinghan LiuUT3
Tim ParkerIRIT
Julian ChingomaUniversity of Amsterdam
Quentin GougeonIRIT
Chris DongTU München
Esmaeil DelfarazGran Sasso Science Institute
Tahar Allouche Université Paris-Dauphine (PSL) – LAMSADE