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Michèle Breton

Three HEC Montréal students, members of GERAD, have been chosen to take part in the NSERC–CREATE Program on Machine Learning in Quantitative Finance and Business Analytics (Fin-ML FONCER).

Audrey Leduc, MSc in gestion – business intelligence, supervised by Denis Larocque

Rémi Galarneau-Vincent, PhD in administration – financial engineering, supervised by Geneviève Gauthier

Ahmadreza Tavasoli, PhD in administration – financial engineering, supervised by Michèle Breton

  • Amir Ardestani Jaafari, PhD student with Professors Michèle Breton and Erick Delage.

    • Research scholarship for foreign students
  • Sahar Guesmi, PhD student with Professors Hatem Ben-Ameur and Michèle Breton.

    • Research scholarship for foreign students
  • Gert Janssens, PhD student with Professor Georges Zaccour.

    • Édouard-Montpetit - Standard Life scholarship
  • Oussama Marzouk, PhD student with Professor Michèle Breton.

    • Fondation J.A. DeSève scholarship
    • Research scholarship for foreign students
    • Henry Laureys scholarship
  • Samuel Pelletier, MSc student with Professors Gilbert Laporte and Ola Jabali.

    • L'Oréal Canada scholarship

Full Professor Michèle Breton (Management Sciences) has been elected President of the International Society of Dynamic Games (ISDG) for a renewable two-year term. Her role at the head of the ISDG includes overseeing the scientific aspects and material organization of activities, disseminating information, increasing the organization’s membership and expanding its interests into new fields of application for dynamic games.

Michèle Breton, Geneviève Gauthier and Georges Zaccour, Department of Management Sciences, HEC Montréal, will be in sabbatical leave from June 1, 2012 to May 31, 2013. Futhermore, Raf Jans, Department of Logistics and Operations Management, HEC Montréal, will be in sabbatical leave from July 1st to December 31, 2012 and from July 1st to December 31, 2013.

Congratulations to Laetitia Wong, directed by Michèle Breton, which obtained a research grant of $ 4,500 from the NSERC to fund his summer internship.