Nicolas Lair

Université de Bourgogne

Names

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Nicolas Lair (Preferred)

Emails

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****@inserm.fr
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****@gmail.com

Education & Career History

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PhD student
Université de Bourgogne (u-bourgogne.fr)
2018Present
 
MS student
Ensae ParisTech (ensae.fr)
20172018
 
MS student
Ecole polytechnique (polytechnique.edu)
20152017
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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PhD Advisor
Christophe Nicolle
****@u-bourgogne.fr
2019Present
 
Coauthor
Cédric Colas
****@inria.fr
2019Present
 
Coauthor
Tristan Karch
****@inria.fr
2019Present
 
PhD Advisor
Peter Ford Dominey
****@inserm.fr
2018Present
 
Coauthor
Clément Delgrange
****@inserm.fr
2018Present
 
Coauthor
Pierre-Yves Oudeyer
****@inria.fr
2018Present
 

Expertise

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reinforcement learning
Present
 
deep learning
Present
 
language for reinforcement learning
2018Present
 
digital assistant
2018Present
 
intent detection
2018Present
 
language for cognitive neuroscience
2018Present