Eric Grégoire

Professor of Computer Science

Main current responsibilities
  • Founding-Director of CRIL CNRS
  • Scientific Advisor for the Mathematical and Computing Sciences, at the French Research Ministry
Contact address
  • CRIL CNRS Université d'Artois
  • Rue Jean Souvraz SP18
  • 62307 Lens Cedex France
  • gregoire at
  • Fax +33 (0)3 21 79 17 85
Research interests
  • Foundations of Artificial Intelligence
  • Knowledge representation and reasoning modeling
  • Heuristic approaches to NP-hard problems
  • Information and knowledge fusion
Short bio

E. Grégoire holds a Master of Science of Engineering (Computer Science) ("Ingénieur Civil en informatique") and a Ph.D. ("Doctorat") from the University of Louvain (Belgium). He spent one year at UMIACS (University of Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies) before becoming an Associate Professor at the Rennes1 University in France. He was an invited scientist at INRIA before holding a permanent CNRS position at LORIA at Nancy. In 1993, E. Grégoire joined the "IUT de Lens" as a Professor and was in charge of creating the Computer Science Department. As a Professor in the Faculty of Sciences of the University d'Artois, he is the founding-director of the CRIL research centre ("Centre de Recherche en Informatique de Lens"). E. Grégoire has been a Vice-President of the University d'Artois, the Adjunct Scientific Director, in charge of the computing science domain, at the French Research Ministry and is now Scientific Advisor for the Mathematical and Computing Sciences in the same Ministry.

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