Edouard Oyallon

CNRS/LIP6

Names

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Edouard Oyallon (Preferred)

Emails

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****@ens.fr
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****@gmail.com
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****@inria.fr
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****@centralesupelec.fr
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****@lip6.fr

Education & Career History

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Research Scientist
CNRS/LIP6 (lip6.fr)
2019Present
 
Tenure Track Assistant Professor
CentraleSupelec (centralesupelec.fr)
20182019
 
Postdoc
INRIA Lille (inria.fr)
20172017
 
PhD student
ENS (ens.fr)
20142017
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Coauthor
Eugene Belilovsky
****@inria.fr
2017Present
 
Postdoc Advisor
Michal Valko
****@gmail.com
20182018
 
Coauthor
Sergey Zagoruyko
****@imagine.enpc.fr
20172018
 
Coauthor
Jorn Jacobsen
****@uva.nl
20172018
 
Advisor
Stephane Mallat
****@ens.fr
20132017
 

Expertise

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Deep learning, statistics, complex networks, understanding convnet
Present
 
Signal processing, wavelets, geometry, harmonic analysis, graphs
Present