Paris Dauphine University—PSL

Paris Dauphine University—Paris Sciences & Letters was founded in 1968, and is a public institution of a scientific, cultural, and professional nature. It fosters the emergence of high-level research projects, both within and across disciplines, while tackling the major social issues of the 21st century. Paris Dauphine University is structured around six laboratories representing management, economics, law, political science and sociology, and computer science and mathematics. United by the organizational and decision sciences, their basic research applies to finance, health care, economics, digital technology and artificial intelligence, labor, regulation and governance, law and governmental regulation.

Paris Dauphine University offers a wide range of courses at all levels of higher education, which are able to provide all the knowledge and skills necessary to enable students to cope with the labor market. More specifically and related to computer science, the university provides high-level education in computer science in the subjects of decision and data sciences, and artificial intelligence, while a special emphasis is placed on quality professionalism. Low-code methods and technologies have been widely applied at the university in computer science-related departments for more than 10 years and experimented on both academic and industrial scales.

Meet the Team
in LightCode Project

Alexis Tsoukiàs (Project Coordinator) is a CNRS research director at LAMSADE, Paris Dauphine University—PSL. Obtained his Doctorate (1989) in Computer Science from the Polytechnic of Turin (Italy) where he also studied engineering. His areas of research revolve around “multiple criteria decision analysis, non-conventional preference modeling, policy analytics, applied non-classical logics, ordinal mathematical programming, artificial intelligence and decision theory”. He committed his whole career to making his research field accessible to anyone and to bring easy-to-use low-code tools to researchers. He was also personally involved in real-world low-code projects such as d2, and Decision Cloud, with applications at the Haute Autorité de Santé (2012).

Marta Rukoz is a Professor at Paris Dauphine University—PSL. She is an expert in database management systems and distributed software architectures, with a large scientific record, including dozens of papers and book chapters, aiming for key software mechanisms that are to be encapsulated into low-code platforms.