Centrale Paris News - March 2014
This book, co-written by Nikos Paragios, Centrale Paris professor, James Duncan and Nicholas Ayache explains the process of computer assisted biomedical image analysis diagnosis through mathematical modeling and inference of image-based bio-markers.See more
More than 40,000 people signed up to 'On strategy: what managers can learn from great philosophers' with Luc de Brabandère, Centrale Paris professor. It's still time to register!See more
Alexandre Jais , student-engineer currently in double degree with Stanford, has been interviewed by the American University blog on his last invention: an adaptor that turns a smartphone into diagnostic tool.
Frédéric Magoules, professor at Centrale Paris and from 'Mathématiques Appliquées aux Systèmes' lab is one of the recipients of Windows Azure for Research Awards. This prize is due to his work realised in applied mathematics and scientific calculation on Azure (cloud computing).