ContactEmail: tabia[at]cril[dot]frAddress: Faculté des sciences Jean Perrin Rue Jean Souvraz, SP 18 F62307 lens Cedex, France

Karim Tabia - Associate Professor

Short bio: I hold a PhD form CRIL - Artois University in November 2008. I spent one year as a post-doctoral fellow at Polytech'Nantes. I'm since September 2010 associate professor at Artois University (Faculté des Sciences Jean Perrin - Lens). In October 2019, I defended an habilitation to conduct and supervise research (HdR). My research activities are done in the CRIL Lab (Centre de Recherche en Informatique de Lens - CNRS UMR 8188) and I'm particularly interested in Handling imperfect information, Knowledge Representation and Reasoning, Explainable AI, Machine learning and Data mining.

News:

  • I'm co-chairing with Jesse Davis (KU Leuven) the SUM2020 Conference.

  • A PhD position open at CRIL/LML Labs. Topic: Lightweight approaches for a Smart home solution for the elderly. Find out more here.

Research

My research activities cover certain subjects in Artificial Intelligence such as Handling imperfect information, Knowledge Representation and Reasoning, Explainable AI, Machine learning and Data mining.

You can have a look at all my publications on DBLP or on Google Scholar.

As part of my research, I participated in several research projects on many topics including:

  • Computer animation and digital content management as part of the European project H2020 AniAge

  • Possibilistic description logics and the exploitation of large volumes of heterogeneous data within the framework of the ANR ASPIQ project;

  • Data mining with declarative approaches as part of the ANR DAG

  • Data quality of the within the framework of the QDoSSI project - CNRS, Défi Mastodon

  • Learning parameters from imprecise data as part of the PEPS Fascido 2015 MAPPOS project

  • The exploitation of sensor data as part of the Aviesan OCIP-Nut project (Smart and Personalized Connected Objects in the field of Nutrition)

Teaching

I teach computer science at the Jean Perrin science faculty. This year, I'm teaching a course in Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (Master 2 IA), Computer Security (Master 2 ILI and Master 1), Data mining (Master 2) and Emerging Technologies (License 3).