Thibault Liétard

PhD Student in Computer Science

Hello World !

I am currently a PhD student in the MAGNET team at the INRIA of Lille, in France. Before that, I followed the Master Degree in Computer Science and Telecommunication at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Rennes, a public institution of higher education and research. Previously, I studied for two years at Polytech'Lille, a Graduate School of Engineering, in the department of Software Engineering and Statistics.

My research interests are mainly computational linguistic, natural language processing, machine learning, and statistics. I am also interested in computer architecture, security and computer algebra, and a lot of things not related to computer science.

I did my first research internship during the month of May and June 2014, in the Cryptography and Computer Security Group, at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium. I developed there a software program to lead side channel attacks, using a statistical study of power consumption of a cryptographic device. I also worked on a project which was part of my training at the ENS Rennes. The goal of this project was to study the ability of the Intel Xeon Phi manycores processor to analyze large data streams. In 2015, I completed an internship in the Data and Web Science Group at Mannheim University (Germany), where I studied text classification of debates help in the European Parliament. Finally, I work with the MAGNET team at the INRIA of Lille (France), doing metric-learning for graph-based coreference resolution for a six month internship.