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    Bersini, Hugues
    Dorigo, Marco

Academic staff:
    Birattari, Mauro
    Stützle, Thomas

    Decreton, Muriel

    Bozhinoski, Darko
    Heinrich, Mary Katherine
    Marchal, Bruno
    Pinciroli, Carlo
    Piscopo, Carlotta
    Roukny, Tarik
    Venet, David
    Wahby, Mostafa

PhD students:
    Antoun, Anthony
    Devooght, Robin
    Francesca, Gianpiero
    Franzin, Alberto
    Hammami, Hayfa
    Ipparthi, Dhananjay
    Levasseur, Guillaume
    Mathews, Nithin
    Miletitch, Roman
    Nicodeme, Thibaut
    Oliveira, Sabrina
    Pagnozzi, Federico
    Pérez Cáceres, Leslie
    Sabatier, Fabrice
    Strobel, Volker
    Trabattoni, Marco
    Vermeir, Aurélien
    Yuan, Zhi
    Zhu, Weixu

Research assistant:
    Garattoni, Lorenzo

Teaching assistant:
    Waumans, Michaël

Visiting PhD students:
    Wiandt, Bernat
    YueFeng, Lin
    Zabalo Manrique de Lara, Garazi
    Zhang, Yuwei
    Zheng, Yating

Master student:
    Delhaisse, Brian

Visiting researcher:
    Tamura, Yasumasa

InSilico spinoff:
    Coletta, Alain
    de Schaetzen, Virginie
    Duqué, Robin
    Weiss Solís, David

Bersini, Hugues
Thematic areas
Bioinformatics, Business Intelligence
Scientific career
Hugues Bersini is born the 19/1/61 and is living in Brussels. He has an MS degree (1983) and a Ph.D in engineering (1989) both from Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB). After having been supported as a researcher by a EEC grant from the JRC-CEE in Ispra (1984-1987), he became member of the IRIDIA laboratory (the AI laboratory of ULB). He is now director of this same lab. Since 1992, he has an assistant professor position at ULB and has now become full professor, teaching computer science, programming and AI. He is partner of various industrial projects and EEC esprit projects involving the use of adaptive fuzzy or neuro controllers, optimisation algorithms and data mining. Over the last 20 years, he has published about 250 papers on his research work which covers the domains of cognitive sciences, AI for process control, connectionism, fuzzy control, lazy learning for modelling and control, reinforcement learning, biological networks, the use of neural nets for medical applications, frustration in complex systems, chaos, computational chemistry, object-oriented technologies, immune engineering and epistemology. He is quite often asked for giving tutorials covering the use of neural networks and fuzzy systems and the behaviour of complex systems. He is a pionneer in the exploitation of biological metaphors (such as the immune system) for engineering and cognitive sciences. He co-organised at ULB the second conference on Parallel Problem Solving from Nature (PPSN) and the second European Conference on Artificial Life (ECAL). He co-organised the three European Workshops on Reinforcement Learning (EWRL 95 and 96 and 97). During the 1996 Conference on Evolutionary Computation, he co-organised the first International Competition on Evolutionary Optimisation algorithms (ICEO' 96). He co-organised the second International Competition on Evolutionary Optimisation algorithms (ICEO 97) held in Indiana University. He organized several tributes to one of his main scientific inspirator: Francisco Varela. The most recent one was organised in Paris, Tribute in Paris . He organised the 5th International Conference on Artificial Immune System : ICARIS . He is organising the 11th European Conference on Artificial Life. He was the coordinator of the FAMIMO LTR European Project on fuzzy control for multi-input multi-output processes and was involved in two esprit projects: NEMORETS and METHODS that both cover the exploitation of evolutionary and optimisation algorithms for industrial design. He is the author of nine french books covering basic computer sciences: "Tout ce que vous avez toujours voulu savoir sur l'informatique" published at Best Of, "L'Orienté Objet" published at Eyrolles, "Les fondements de l'informatique" published at Vuibert and "De L'Intelligence Humaine à L'Intelligence Artificielle" published at Ellipse, three on complex systems: "Des réseaux et des sciences" and "Comment définir le vivant" published at Vuibert, "Qu'est-ce l'Emergence" published at Ellipses. Recently he published "Informatique et Cinéma" at Ellipse and "Haro sur la compétition" at PUF. He teaches AI, object-oriented programming: C++, java, .Net, UML, Design Patterns to university students (Solvay and Polytechnic Schools) and for industries. He is consultant for companies in OO, Data-Mining technologies and Business Intelligence.
InSilico: The in Silico Wet Lab
MBSTDTG: Molecular bases of signal transduction diseases of thyroid gland
BIGRE: Bioinformatics Grid Resources and Environments
COMP2SYS: COMPutational intelligence methods for COMPlex SYStems
INFO-H-301 Programmation orientée objet
INFO-H-405 Approfondissement de la Programmation orientée objet
INFO-D-101 Informatique pour la gestion I
INFO-D-201 Informatique pour la gestion II
INFO-H-407 Méthodes numériques d'intelligence artificielle
Postal address
Université Libre de Bruxelles
50, Av. F. Roosevelt, CP 194/6
B-1050 Brussels, Belgium
Personal web page
Phone direct: +32-2-650 27 33
Phone IRIDIA: +32-2-650 27 29
Fax IRIDIA: +32-2-650 27 15

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