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Stephane Boucheron (joint work with Pascal Massart (Orsay))

Concentration Inequalities: A Nonasymptotic Theory of Independence

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The Mathematics Genealogy Project - Pascal Massart

Stephane Boucheron is a Professor in the Applied Mathematics and Statistics Department at Universite Paris-Diderot, France. Gabor Lugosi is ICREA Research Professor in the Department of Economics at the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, Spain. Pascal Massart is a Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Universite de Paris-Sud, France.

Stephane Boucheron is a Professor in the Applied Mathematics and Statistics Department at Universite Paris-Diderot, France. Gabor Lugosi is ICREA Research Professor in the Department of Economics at the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, Spain. Pascal Massart is a Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Universite de Paris-Sud, France.

Pascal Massart, Immopool SA: Profile & Biography - Bloomberg

  • Estimator selection: a new method with applications to kernel density estimation
    Claire Lacour, Pascal Massart, Vincent Rivoirard
  • Nonparametric weighted estimators for biased data
    Fabienne Comte, Tabea Rebafka
  • Estimating the Division Kernel of a Size-Structured Population
    Van Ha Hoang

Pascal Massart (Author of Concentration Inequalities)

In a land far far away (in fact a 15 minutes drive from our place but nobody needs to know that) during a Murky Red gig, some of our crew members socialized with the Lion King himself. They had very constructive conversations about economics, philosophy, the music industry, globophobia, love and tenderness…. They also got very drunk. Around tea-time, LK (it was ok for the Lion King they called him LK. He preferred not to be called ‘mister Garfield, nor ‘mister Azrael’ tho) did a twerkie with tattoo artist Pascal Massart. Nobody got injured and most important: Miley C. didn’t show up. What a relief!


Jonas Kahn entered the École Normale Supérieure in 2001, and followed there both the mathematics and the physics cursus.
He graduated in Probability and Statistics at Orsay (Paris-Sud) with a master's thesis under the direction of Pascal MASSART and the close scrutiny of Richard GILL, on “Quantum Tomography”.
He has begun a PhD thesis along those lines.