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Jean-Daniel Zucker


Since October 2007, I am a Research Director at the IRD (Research Institute for Development) in the International Laboratory UMI UMMISCO (International Laboratory on Mathematical and Multi-Agent Based Modelization of ecological, biological and social Complex Systems) funded by both IRD and University Paris 6.

After graduating as an Engineer (SUP'AERO) I got my Ph.D. in 1996 in Machine Learning from Paris 6 University where I became an associate professor in 1996 focusing on representation changes and abstraction in predictive analysis. From 1998 to 2001 I lead a CNRS team called Granulab at the LIP6. In 2001 I became Full Professor at Paris 13 University where I co-directed the LIM&BIO (Medical Informatics anf Bioinformatics Laboratory) and lead a CNRS multi-laboratory team called IAPuces. I also lead a group on Machine Learning in Transcriptomics and Metagenomics in the INSERM team 7 Nutriomics at Cordeliers Reasearch Center of University Paris 6.

My research focus is in Artificial Intelligence, on Machine Learning (predictive analysis) and Abstraction for the Modelization of Complex Systems. I rely on Multi-agent Simulations and am interested in problems related to multi-scale and heterogenity. My main fields of application include Transcriptomics, Cartography and Robotics.

The following page gives you access to my publications. Details on my current and past research projects will be available soon. An old web site of mine still seats there. A page on the course I gave in 2008 at Paris 13 is also visible here. My page at IRD is here.

My surface mail address is:

Jean-daniel Zucker


Institut de Recherche pour le Développement

32 avenue Henri Varagnat 93143

Bondy Cedex

Tel : +33 (0) 1 48 02 56 69

Fax : +33 (0) 1 48 47 30 88

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