Prof. Patrick Siarry
Dr. Patrick Siarry is a professor at the University Paris-Est Créteil (UPEC) since 2010. His research area is relatively (since 1982) new “metaheuristic” optimization such as simulated annealing, which is indicated for the so-called problems of “hard optimization” because of their ability to avoid in principle, trapping in sub-optimal solutions. Much of his work is explicitly one or the other keywords – in particular, modeling, identification, learning rule bases (artificial intelligence), control,
nondestructive testing, and maintaining biological and medical engineering. Since 2009 he has served as a Director of Team Image Processing and Signal (TIS) at the Laboratory of Images, Signals, and Intelligent Systems.
Prof. Siarry has 12 frames at 100% of doctoral theses and scientific career, for 32 years, resulting in various publications. The scientific and research activities of Prof. P. Siarry confirm him as a leading scientist in the area of “metaheuristic” optimization.