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Clément Royer, winner of the CNRS IEA 2023 call


Clément Royer, winner of the CNRS IEA 2023 call

Pr[AI]rie chair, associate professor at Université Paris Dauphine-PSL, researcher in the MILES team @ LAMSADE, is one of the 5 “International Emerging Actions 2023” call winners.

Clément Royer, Pr[AI]rie chair, an associate professor of computer science at Université Paris Dauphine-PSL and a researcher in the MILES team at LAMSADE,  is one of the 5 winners of the call “International Emerging Actions 2023” in computer sciences from the CNRS. This is a call for international mobility and more specifically an initiative aimed at encouraging the exploration of new fields of research and partnerships on an international scale through short-term missions and the organization of working meetings around a shared scientific project. Clément Royer, was rewarded for his project BONUS- Blackbox Optimization with a Novel Use of Subspaces. The project, co-led by Lindon Roberts, lecturer at the University of Sydney, focuses in the use of randomness in algorithms without derivatives, particularly in the presence of constraints on the parameters, which corresponds to both theoretical challenges and practical considerations.

Congratulations on this outstanding achievement!