Institute of Information and Communication Technologies, Electronics and Applied Mathematics (ICTEAM)

Welcome note

Welcome to the website of the Institute of Information and Communication Technologies, Electronics and Applied Mathematics (ICTEAM) at Université catholique de Louvain. The Institute is currently home for more than 40 professors and more than 200 researchers. These researchers carry out both basic and applied research in key fields of information and communication technologies, electronics, computer science and applied mathematics. Our success stories and publications show the breadth and the depth of our research.

Luc Vandendorpe
Head of Institute

Recent publications

Journal Articles

1. Suviseshamuthu, Easter Selvan; George, S. Thomas; Balakrishnan, R. Range-Based ICA Using a Nonsmooth Quasi-Newton Optimizer for Electroencephalographic Source Localization in Focal Epilepsy. In: Neural Computation, (2015). doi:10.1162/NECO_a_00700.

Recent publications

Conference Papers

1. Zhou, Guifang; Huang, Wen; Gallivan, Kyle A.; Van Dooren, Paul; Absil, Pierre-Antoine. Rank-constrained Optimization: A Riemannian Manifold Approach. 23th European Symposium on Artificial Neural Networks, Computational Intelligence and Machine Learning (ESANN) (Bruges, Belgium, April 2015).

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Jean-Pierre Raskin
Prof. Thomas Pardoen (IMMC) and Prof. Jean-Pierre Raskin (ICTEAM), in collaboration with ULB and Antwerpen Universiteit, have recently published their scientific results in the prestigious journal Nature Communications.
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B. Frenay
Benoît Frénay was awarded the Scientific Prize IBM Belgium for Informatics for his PhD thesis on Uncertainty and Label Noise in Machine Learning.  This work has been completed under the supervision of Prof. Michel Verleysen (ICTEAM/ELEN).
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M. Verleysen
Michel Verleysen, ICTEAM/ELEN, was elected fellow of the IEEE for contributions to high-dimensional analysis and manifold learning.
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Average population density in France, according to MP datasets (C. Linard)
Using datasets of more than 1 billion mobile phone call records, a team of researchers including Pierre Deville (ICTEAM) produced the first dynamic population mapping at national scales.
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Thesis defenses
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