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Email : clement.royer(at)
Clément Royer
Université Paris Dauphine-PSL
Place du Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny
75016 Paris
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Clément W. Royer

La version française de cette page se trouve ici.


Dauphine-PSL (2019-)

I am a faculty in the MIDO (Computer Science and Mathematics) department at Université Paris Dauphine-PSL.

In Fall 2021, I will be involved in the following courses.

Optimization Tools for Data and Decision Sciences
M2 MIAGE ID (Master level, Classical and Apprentissage Track) [Course webpage]

Optimization for Machine Learning
M2 IASD (Master level, Apprentissage track) [Course webpage]
M2 IASD/M2 MASH (Master level, Classical track)
     [Webpage for the advanced gradient descent lectures]
     [Webpage for the stochastic gradient lectures]
M2 Big Data (Dauphine Tunis) [Course webpage]

Between 2019 and 2021, I was in charge of a Bachelor level course on Fundamentals of Machine Learning as well as a first-year master level course on Mathematics of Data Science. Both courses are offered in PSL's data science track.

In Spring 2020, I was in charge of a Master level course on the C++ programming language. A summary of this course (in French) with links to the material is available here.

ENSEEIHT (2013-2016)

From 2013 to 2016, I was a teaching assistant in the Computer Science and Applied Mathematics Department (IMA in French) at INP-ENSEEIHT. My teaching duties involved practical and tutorial sessions on computational mathematics (numerical optimization, PDE discretization techniques, linear algebra) at a master level, as well as undergraduate courses on analysis (topology, differential calculus).

A detailed description of my teaching activities is available in my vitae.

This page was designed by Clothilde Royer, many thanks to her.
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