Irène Waldspurger

I am a CNRS researcher at CEREMADE (Université Paris-Dauphine).

Before that, I was a postdoctoral fellow at MIT Institute for Data, Systems, and Society, working with Philippe Rigollet in the Center for Statistics.

Even before that, I was a PhD student in the DATA team (École normale supérieure, computer science department), under the supervision of Stéphane Mallat. I was at the same time a teaching assistant in the department of mathematics.

Contact: waldspurger (at) ceremade (dot) dauphine (dot) fr
Portrait

Dauphine mobilisée

Je suis opposée à la réforme des retraites ainsi qu'à la loi de programmation pluriannuelle de la recherche. Voici l'adresse du blog tenu par le comité de mobilisation de l'université Dauphine : http://dauphine-mobilisee.org/.

Research

I am interested in inverse problems, especially in phase retrieval, both on the theoretical side (uniquess and stability of the reconstruction) and on the algorithmic side.

I am also interested in machine learning. I notably studied some mathematical properties of the scattering transform.

Curriculum vitae

PhD thesis

Publications

Vulgarisation

Teaching / Enseignement