Edouard Pauwels – Homepage

8-th French-Chilean days on optimization in Toulouse (5, 6, 7 july).


I am an assistant professor in Toulouse 3 Paul Sabatier university. I am working between the Informatics and Mathematics institutes. I am a member of the decision and reasoning team and the AOC project.

Contact: edouard pauwels at irit fr (fill the two blank spaces in italic style with dots)
Direction: Room 1, ground floor, Irit building 1R1, 118 route de Narbonne 31062, Toulouse.

Resume: english, french.

Research interests

Numerical optimization, machine learning, applications in automatics and biology.

Short Bio

From October 2014 to July 2015, I was a Postdoc in the Operation Research Group in the Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management in Technion, Israel. I was supervised by professor Shoham Sabach and collaborating with professor Amir Beck on large scale convex optimization.

Between January and September 2014, I was a postdoc in MAC team at LAAS-CNRS under the supervision of Didier Henrion and Jean-Bernard Lasserre, working on the development of polynomial optimization methods for the inverse problem in optimal control with an application to human locomotion.

I got a PhD in November 2013 at Center for computational biology in Mines ParisTech, under the supervision of professor Veronique Stoven. I also visited professor Sandrine Dudoit for four month in UC Berkeley in spring 2012. I have been working on application of machine learning methods to chemogenomics, drug side-effects prediction, analysis of cell population image data (HCS), next generation sequencing and experimental design for non linear dynamical system characterization.