Two local recipients for the Savage award!

Two Paris statisticians are recipients of the Savage award this year: Julien Cornebise (PhD from Telecom-Paristech with Eric Moulines, now at UCL in Mark Girolami’s group) is nominated for the Theory award and Robin Ryder (PhD in Oxford with Geoff Nicholls, now at CREST) is nominated for the Applied methodology award. Congratulations to both (and to the other two recipients) for well-deserved rewards! (Past local recipients were Billy Amzal in 2005 and Nicolas Chopin in 2002.)

8 Responses to “Two local recipients for the Savage award!”

  1. […] readers might be interested! The second reviewer’s complaint may be about a scam my friend Julien also fall victim to, people pretending to sell the original and making cheap copies. The reviewer […]

  2. […] Julien just pointed me to this incredible patent of the Monte Carlo principle! I cannot see there anything new compared with the principles laid by Ulam, von Neuman and Metropolis in the 40′s… So each time one uses a Monte Carlo estimation of variation, incl. bootstrap, this patent should be acknowledged?! This surely sounds absurd… The worse because those “authors” work at IBM research labs. Share:Share […]

  3. […] to my office in Crest, a blackbird built a nest a few weeks ago and the four chicks were born over the  previous […]

  4. […] Julien just signaled an intermitent disappearance of the posts on the ‘Og, depending on the operating system: Ubuntu 10.10 seems to be working […]

  5. X:

    All I’m saying is that it’s a scary picture. Conditional on the glasses and the haircut, I’m thinking a change in tie would’ve done him some good.

  6. That is one scary foto! I know he couldn’t do anything about the glasses, and I suppose that in those times he didn’t feel he had much choice about the haircut, but . . . that tie! What was he thinking??

  7. Thank you very much Christian! I’m very honored, and grateful to a lot of people. Congratulations to the three other finalists, too! Looking forward to seeing their presentations at JSM.

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