Workshop on Anomaly Detection

We’re pleased to invite you to take part in the symposium on anomaly detection to be held on February 29 at CentraleSupélec. It’s also an opportunity for your teams' researchers/doctoral students to present their research work on the subject, either in the form of a 10-minute oral presentation, or a poster. Please send your intention to participate to by 15th February 2024.

Subject: Symposium on anomaly detection

Date: February 29, 2024

Place: Amphi IV, Eiffel building, CentraleSupélec

Registration link (by 25th February):

Abstract: The first symposium on anomaly detection organized within the framework of the LUSIS Chair (, focuses on research work and applications for identifying non-conforming behavior in data sets. Lectures, presentations and a poster forum will present methods such as descriptive statistics, as well as approaches based on machine learning, including neural networks, transformers and autoencoder algorithms. ractical case studies will be presented, focusing on the application of these techniques in a variety of fields, such as finance, healthcare, transport, industry, and for example fraud detection and predictive maintenance. During a round table discussion, experts in the field will discuss anomaly detection and the link between research and business. Participants will have the opportunity to deepen their knowledge and exchange ideas on the scientific and industrial challenges linked to anomaly detection.

This symposium is supported by the DATAIA’s Institute


09:00-09:10 Introduction by Fabrice Popineau

09:10-09:50 “Anomaly detection using data depth: multivariate setting” by Pavlo Mozharovskyi

09:50-10:30 “The alliance between Industry and Research for Fraud Detection” by Fabrice Daniel


11:00-12:00 Oral presentations of PhD students’ work

12.00-12:45 Round table with experts in the field + discussion with the audience

12:45-14:00 Poster session + cocktail

14:00 Conclusion