The RTE Chair at CentraleSupélec is dedicated to the digital transformation of electricity networks (transmission networks in particular) and aims to exploit the synergies between communications and signal processing, control theory, power systems and computer science.
From 2017 to 2019 the RTE Chair was led by Samson Lasaulce and is currently coordinated by Sorin Olaru.
The TCL Chair is a 5-year research program established by TCL / Alcatel One Touch and CentraleSupélec in order to develop innovative solutions for tomorrow’s 5G wireless systems. In this framework, the objective of the Chair is to address research areas, focusing on UE aspects, and anticipating on future transmission modes and network organization, such as multiple access techniques and massively distributed network architectures. The work relies on advances in communication/networking theory and mathematical tools (optimization theory, Markov chain, probability theory, queuing theory, etc.) to address challenging open problems in 5G networks. The Chair Team works in close collaboration with the related Telecommunications teams at L2S (Laboratory of Signals and Systems, CNRS) and CentraleSupélec.
The chair holder is Dr. Mohamad Assaad, Full Professor at CentraleSupélec.
In flavours and fragrances domains, massive data are complex and are pushing technical limits in many areas, specifically in decision-making and optimization. The objective of this collaborative work between Givaudan and CentraleSupélec is to face the challenges “Data-to-Knowledge” and “Data-to-Decision” in an integrated way through cutting edge research.
The chair holder is Dr. Frédéric Pascal, Full Professor at CentraleSupélec.
The Chair project is devoted to the exploration of frailty related to aging. The research program is structured into 3 mains axes directly linked to the massive amount data collected by the AP-HP and gathered in the EDS (Entrepôt des Données de Santé): • Clustering from longitudinal and heterogeneous data: patient representation and phenotyping, • Prediction and variable selection from longitudinal and heterogeneous data • Evaluation and promotion of standardized and interoperable databases (OMOP model)
Chair holder (AP-HP): Etienne Audureau, MD, PhD, PU-PH, Service de Santé Publique, Unité de Recherche Clinique Mondor, Hôpital Henri Mondor ; équipe Clinical Epidemiology of Ageing (CEpiA) EA7376, UPEC [labélisation Inserm 01/2020] Chair co-holder (L2S): Laurent Le Brusquet & Arthur Tenenhaus, Laboratoire des Signaux et des Systèmes Chair co-holder (INRIA): Thomas Guyet, Large-Scale Collaborative Data Mining