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requires a understanding of the dynamics of large complex landscapes, such as the one considered in spin glass theory. There has been a lot of work in neuron networks using statistical physics, using spin

Statistical Optimality of Decision Rules for Humans and Rational Machines Interacting Together Institution: Univ. Bretagne Sud, LabSTICC UMR CNRS 6285 Advisors: François Septier & Alexandru

. Statist. Math. vol. 46, no. 4, pp. 605–623, 1994. [12] E.G. Larsson, Multiuser detection with an unknown number of users, IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, vol. 53, no. 2, pp. 724–728, Feb. 2005. [13

oftheart statistical and mathematical methods to analyze epidemic data, with the aim to increase our understanding of how pathogens spread in populations, assess the impact of interventions, support policy

disease, we need to have a very good idea of what constitutes the repertoire of a healthy individual and how it develops. Goal: The goal of this PhD project is to develop statistical mechanicsinspired

PhD Position F/M [MORPHEME] Statistical and Geometrical Analysis of Filamentous Networks in Biology from Microscopy Images.
to develop automatic algorithms to compare and classify networks. This implies to define relevant metrics that can be biologically interpretable as well as a rigorous statistical framework to evaluate mean

prediction of diseases. Analysis of such datasets (which contain a larger amount of – multicollinear  features compared to observations) require dedicated statistical methods for mining and prediction

). Different approaches could be considered, including (but not only): • machine learningbased techniques, such as nodes/network embedding techniques (see Hamilton et al) • statisticsbased frameworks, such as

particular, mathematical aspects of quantum field theory, conformal field theory, random matrix theory, integrable system, their applications to condensedmatter physics/statistical mechanics, string theory

. The group has a solid knowledge in experimental evolution, bioinformatics, statistics, and theory in population genetics related to the evolution of transposable elements. The PhD candidate will be granted