Presentation

The LAMSADE is an historical centre (established in 1974) as a joint laboratory of Université Paris Dauphine and the CNRS. The original research subjects were Operational Research and Decision Aiding to which have been added in the subsequent years further subjects such as Decision oriented Computer Science, Decision Theory and Artificial Intelligence.

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Message from the director

The centre is organised along two main lines: one concerning scientific animation (the groups, or "poles") and one concerning research itself (the projects). The "poles" aim at putting together people belonging to a community with similar scientific interests through seminars, invitations, foresight discussions and the like. The projects aim at putting together researchers motivated by a specific subject of scientific investigation, normally of fundamental research.Neither the poles, nor the projects are meant to last for ever. Their existence and content are questioned at each research assessment of the laboratory. Beyond these projects, research at Lamsade also relies on research contracts, as well as the participation to European and international actions.

Daniela Grigori, Director

Seminars

Seminars

Decision Aiding

Some new results for combinatorial probl(...)

25 February 2020
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Games and Socia...

Katarína Cechlárová: The Young Physicist(...)

21 November 2019
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Seminars

Pole 1

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"Decision Aiding"

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Pole 2

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"Combinatorial Optimization, Algorithms"

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Pole 3

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"Data science"

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Games and Social Choice

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"Games and Social Choice"

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