Julien M. Hendrickx, professor

ICTEAM - Institute of Information and Communication Technologies, Electronics and Applied Mathematics

EPL - Ecole Polytechnique de Louvain
UCL - UCLouvain

Open Postdoc positions: I am looking for excellent postdocs with a strong mathematical background.
for the Learning From Pairwise Comparisons, with focus on learning from data with network structure (detailed offer).

Teaching Assistant positions: We are hiring every year one or several PhD students on Teaching Assistant positions, with a thesis topic to be defind with the advisor. Candidates must be able to teach in French. The application deadline is typically in May. Please contact us in advance.


Batiment Euler (A.208),
4 avenue George Lemaitre,
bt. L4.05.01,
Louvain-la-Neuve, B-1348 Belgium.

responsable-map@uclouvain.be for MAP-degree issues

Tel: +32 10 47 23 77
Fax: +32 10 47 21 80

Research Team
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Learning From Pairwise Comparisons

Short Biography

Julien M. Hendrickx is professor of mathematical engineering at UCLouvain, in the Ecole Polytechnique de Louvain since 2010.

He obtained an engineering degree in applied mathematics (2004) and a PhD in mathematical engineering (2008) from the same university. He has been a visiting researcher at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign in 2003-2004, at the National ICT Australia in 2005 and 2006, and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2006 and 2008. He was a postdoctoral fellow at the Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2009 and 2010, holding postdoctoral fellowships of the F.R.S.-FNRS (Fund for Scientific Research) and of Belgian American Education Foundation. He was also resident scholar at the Center for Information and Systems Engineering (Boston University) in 2018-2019, holding a WBI.World excellence fellowship.

Doctor Hendrickx is the recipient of the 2008 EECI award for the best PhD thesis in Europe in the field of Embedded and Networked Control, and of the Alcatel-Lucent-Bell 2009 award for a PhD thesis on original new concepts or application in the domain of information or communication technologies.


LINMA 2671 - Advanced Control and Applications - Q1
LINMA 2450 - Combinatorial optimization - Q1
LEPL 1106 - Signaux et Systèmes - Q2
LEPL 1803 - Economie - Q2
LEPL 1103 - EDPs et analyse complexe - Q1

LEPL 1507 - Projet en mathématiques appliquées - Q2
LINMA 2120 - System Theory Seminar

Research Team

PhD students:

Yassine Kamri
Nizar Bousselmi
Anne Rubbens (FNRS Fellow)
Sébastien Colla (FRIA fellow): Automatic Performance Estimation for Decentralized Optimization
Antoine Legat: Local dynamics identification via a graph-theoretical approach
Charles Monnoyer (FRIA fellow): Open Multi-Agent Systems


Mingming Shi, working on the RevealFlight project
Bálint Daróczy, working on the Learning From Pairwise Comparisons project

Former Members:

Luc Rocher, Lecturer at Oxford
Georgios Birpoutsoukis, Model Validator at KBC bank and Insurance
Estelle Massart, postdoc at Oxford, holder of the 2020 Householder Prize
Adrien Taylor, at INRIA and D.I. Ecole Normale Supérieure (Paris, France), finalist of the 2018 triennal A.W. Tucker prize and holder of the 2018 ICTEAM thesis award and 2018 IBM-FNRS innovation award.
Corentin Vande Kerchove, Assistant Professor at the Louvain School of Management, UCLouvain
Pierre-Yves Chevalier, Data Science - Machine Learning Engineer at AXA
Alexandre Mauroy, Associate Professor at UNamur
Balazs Gerencser, Research Fellow at Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics, Hungary
Franck Iutzeler, Assistant Professor at LJK, Université Joseph Fourier - Grenoble
Guillaume Vankeerberghen, Co-Founder of Shelvin
Florent Robic, Corps des Mines, Vaccination - Logistic taskforce
James Riehl, Senior Research engineer at Fetch.AI
Bivas Mitra, Associate professor at IIT Kharagpur

Last update : October 7, 2021.
Responsible : Julien Hendrickx