School for Young Researchers in Mathematics and Computer Science (EJCIM)

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Published on February 16, 2022 Updated on June 28, 2022
Dates

from June 7, 2022 to June 11, 2022

John Horton Conway en 2005
John Horton Conway en 2005 CC BY Thane Plambeck

The School for Young Researchers in Mathematics and Computer Science (EJCIM) is back in Nice from June 7 to 11

From June 7 to 11, 2022, Université Côte d'Azur will host the School for Young Researchers in Mathematics and Computer Science (EJCIM) by GDR Informatique Mathématique. This 25th edition of the school is organized by the Center of Modeling, Simulation and Interactions (MSI).


 

The courses will promote the approach of the same theoretical object by a joint computer science-mathematics vision. The themes of this edition are randomness, game theory, digital and analog computation models, dynamical systems, and artificial intelligence. Workshops on computer-free computing and cognitive analysis of learning techniques will also be organized.


 

The audience of the EJCIM is primarily the PhD students and young PhDs of the GDR IM, but also Master students or researchers from other GDRs. This course can count for the mandatory PhD coursework. The training program is thus available in the ADUM catalog. The course will be taught in French.

The young researchers are also invited to present their work, in the form of oral presentations or posters, and thus have the opportunity to interact with the scientific community.


 

Link to the EJCIM’s last editions:

Contact: Prof. Bruno Martin, Bruno.Martin@univ-cotedazur.fr


 

Image: John Horton Conway, image produced by using FlowAutomaton starting from an image found on the web [Jean Louis Paquelin, Enrico Formenti, G-Art Project]. Credits: CC BY Thane Plambeck.