Personal Site of Jeremy E. Cohen

Big news

Starting October 2018, I will be joining CNRS as a junior researcher in IRISA, Rennes. Specifically, I will be joining the PANAMA team (link) to work on low-rank factorizations in data mining, with a strong focus on tensor decompositions, dictionary-based representations, data fusion and optimization.

A short Bio

I am a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Mons, Belgium, working for the FNRS. My main research interest is data mining using low rank representation, especially tensor decompositions. I am interested in particular in Environnemental data mining using tools from linear and multilinear algebra, convex optimization and statistics.
I was formerly a PhD student under the supervision of Pierre Comon at Gipsa-lab, Grenoble.
I studied at Ecole Centrale de Lyon from 2010 to 2013 with major in Mathematical engineering, with double degrees in Mathematics (bachelor) and Telecommunications (master with INSA Lyon). At the time I worked on estimating mutual information from sampled density functions. I also worked at Imai's Laboratory at the University of Tokyo on the link between quantum computation and graph theory.


- Added all available codes to Github, at this link.

- Flexible Nonnegative PARAFAC2 algorithm available in the "codes" tab.

Where I will be next