Alexandre Alahi is currently an Assistant Professor at EPFL. He spent five years at Stanford University as a Post-doc and Research Scientist after obtaining his Ph.D. from EPFL. His research enables machines to perceive the world and make decisions in the context of transportation problems and smart environments. He has worked on the theoretical challenges and practical applications of socially-aware Artificial Intelligence, i.e., systems equipped with perception and social intelligence. He was awarded the Swiss NSF early and advanced researcher grants for his work on predicting human social behavior. He won the CVPR Open Source Award (2012) for his work on Retina-inspired image descriptors, and the ICDSC Challenge Prize (2009) for his sparsity-driven algorithm that has tracked more than 100 million pedestrians to date. His research has been covered internationally by BBC, abc, PBS, Euronews, Wall street journal, and other national news outlets around the world. Alexandre has also co-founded multiple startups such as Visiosafe, and won several startup competitions. He was elected as one of the Top 20 Swiss Venture leaders in 2010.
Enseignement & Phd
- Civil Engineering,
- Doctoral Program in Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Doctoral program in computer and communication sciences
- Doctoral program in robotics, control, and intelligent systems
- Doctoral Program in Electrical Engineering
L¿Intelligence Artificielle et la science des données sont en train de changer l¿industrie du transport avec des voitures autonomes, des robots chargés de livraison, ou des espaces intelligents. Dans ce cours, les étudiants apprendront les principes fonda...