Marie Guégan




Short Bio:

I graduated from the engineering school Télécom ParisTech and received a master in Cognitive Science from the University of Paris-Sud 11, where I specialized in data mining, machine learning and natural language processing.

Then I joined the LIMSI laboratory in Orsay (France) and the AgroParisTech in Paris. I spent a few years on fascinating research topics such as Wikipedia’s growth and evolution or statistical machine translation. During a semester at the Center of Machine Learning and Intelligent Systems at the University of California, Irvine, I played with statistical models of dynamic social networks. I finally worked a few years in Paris for a young innovative start-up specialized in semantic analysis, before joining Technicolor Research & Innovation in Rennes in 2012.

Research interests:

Data mining, machine learning, natural language processing, social network and microblogging analysis

Latest publications


Non-parametric clustering over user features and latent behavioral functions with dual-view mixture models

Alberto Lumbreras, Julien Velcin, Marie Guégan, Bertrand Jouve

Computational Statistics
July 01, 2016

Scene reordering in movie script alignment

Anne Lambert, Marie Guégan, Kai Zhou

CBMI 2013
June 17, 2013


Like you said, « this movie rocks! » - Extracting Post Quotes for Social Network Analysis

International Workshop on Big-Data Analytics for the Temporal Web
November 13, 2012