Marc Mézard, Director of l’École normale supérieure, Paris, (France) will deliver three lectures on topics ranging from artificial intelligence to statistical physics of inference and machine learning.
The three lectures will take place from 27 to 29 January in ICTP's Budinich Lecture Hall and will be live-streamed as well.
Professor Mézard's main field of research is the statistical physics of disordered systems and its use in various branches of science, including biology, economics and finance, information theory, computer science, statistics, and signal processing. In recent years his research has focused on information processing in neural networks.
All are welcome to attend the events.