I'm a researcher at RIKEN AIP working under the supervision of Hisashi Kashima in the Human Computation team.
With Christoph Dürr, we wrote Efficient Programming with Python, a book containing 128 essential algorithms for preparing coding interviews & programming competitions (read the docs).
Currently available in French, Chinese and the English version by Cambridge University Press will appear in 2019.
Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
: How to model uncertainty and side information in preference elicitation? See our demo Mangaki and keynote.
Using 330k ratings from Mangaki data, we organized a data challenge with Kyoto University [problem] [solutions].
: How to optimize human learning by selecting the next item to ask? See our workshop.
Multidimensional item response theory, cognitive diagnosis [slides], multistage testing, determinantal point processes [slides] [code].
Free software projects
pip install tryalgo→ 128 algorithms in Python to prepare programming contests or coding interviews;
- An anime/manga recommender system Mangaki, see blog or GitHub repo;
- Adaptively certify the digital skills of French citizens, joint work with the French government [@Vie2017PIX].
: We wrote two books about algorithms and data structures: preparing programming contests and coding interviews [@Durr2016] and [@Belghiti2016].
All 128 algorithms in Python from the book are available on GitHub, in the package tryalgo.
: We wrote a chapter about recent advances in adaptive assessment [@Vie2017adaptive] in a learning analytics book, where we identify similarities between cognitive diagnostic models and item response theory.
: Back in MSc, I was interested in cryptography and published an article about leakage resilience [@Abdalla2012].
We unified educational data mining models in [@KTM2019] using factorization machines.
- Knowledge tracing machines [@KTM2019] [tutorial] at AAAI 2019
- Deep knowledge tracing with dynamic student classification [@Minn2018] at ICDM 2018
Popularization of Science
: We wrote articles in the French magazines Quadrature [@MagQuadrature], Tangente [@MagTangenteGrolopin] and GNU Linux Magazine [@MagLinux].