Paper with co-authors from PESC is accepted at NeurIPS
The paper entitled "Exact recovery and Bregman hard clustering of node-attributed Stochastic Block Model" co-authored by Maximilien Dreveton (postdoctoral researcher, EPFL), Felipe Schreiber Fernandes (master's student at PESC), and Daniel Ratton Figueiredo (PESC ) was accepted for publication at the Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS). The paper is the result of an international cooperation project jointly funded by CNPq and SNSF (Swiss National Science Foundation) between the research groups coordinated by Prof. Daniel Ratton (PESC) and Prof. Matthias Grossglauser (EPFL, Switzerland).
Part of this work is part of Felipe Schreiber's master's thesis, which has researcher Maximilien as his external advisor, and was defended on November 9th.
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The Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS, formerly NIPS) is in its thirty-seventh edition and has become one of the main conferences in the area of computational intelligence and machine learning. In the previous edition (2022), more than 15 thousand people participated in the congress. In this edition (2023), there was a record 12,343 article submissions, of which 26.1% were selected for publication and presentation at the congress, which takes place between December 11th and 15th, 2023.
Congratulations to Maximilien, Felipe and Daniel!
Published on 11/09/2023.