Brief Curriculum Vitae

Jean-Gabriel Ganascia first studied mathematics and physics to be an engineer. Then he graduated in physics from Orsay University, and got a DEA in acoustics (Paris VI University). In parallel, he studied philosophy obtaining a licence de Philosophie from Université Paris I [Sorbonne] and computer science (with a DEA from Paris VI University). He obtained a CNRS grant to prepare a doctorate on knowledge-based systems applied to geology. He earned his Doctorat d’ingénieur in 1983. After that, he pursued research on machine learning from both a theoretical view and a practical one until he obtained his Thèse d'état in 1987.

He was successively named assistant professor at Orsay University (Paris XI) (1982), Maître de conférence at Orsay University (1987), and professor at Paris VI University (1988). He headed during 12 years the DEA IARFA, which was a master specialized in Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition. He is now in charge of the Erasmus Mundus master of science DMKM (Data Mining and Knowledge Management) for the University Pierre and Marie Curie.

In parallel, he has been program leader in the CNRS executive from November 1988 to April 1992 before moving to direct the Cognitive Science Coordinated Research Program and head the Cognition Sciences Scientific Interest Group from January 1993 until 2000.

He is presently a professor of computer science at Paris VI University where he leads the ACASA team in the LIP6 laboratory (Laboratoire d’Informatique de Paris VI) and senior member of the Institut Universitaire de France.

He is also Deputy Director of the OBVIL Labex, which makes cooperate Paris-Sorbonne University and University Pierre and Marie Curie on Digital Humanities

Lastly, Jean-Gabriel Ganascia is an ECCAI – European Coordinating Committee for Artificial Intelligence – fellow. He is also member of the COMETS that is the CNRS ethical committee and member of the CERNA that is the ethical committee of Allistene.

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Curriculum_Vitae (last edited 2016-01-25 08:15:14 by GustaveGanascia)