Hugues Annoye

Hugues Annoye

Assistant in quantitative methods.

UCLouvain Saint-Louis Bruxelles


Hugues Annoye is a researcher in statistics and machine learning, and a PhD student in statistics under the supervision of Cédric Heuchenne. He is also assistant in quantitative methods (mainly mathematics) at UCLouvain Saint-Louis Bruxelles. His research interests include statistics and data science. Hugues Annoye participates at the Beamm project, an effort to build an online open-acces comprehensive tax-benefit microsimulation model for Belgium.

Hugues Annoye is member of the Center for Applied Public Economics (CAPE), member of Networks Ontology Data Epistemology Subjectivity (NODES), member of the Institut de Recherches interdisciplinaires sur Bruxelles (IRIB) and a member of the Center for Research in Economics (CEREC), all at the UCLouvain Saint-Louis Bruxelles.

He is also member of the Institute of Statistics, Biostatistics and Actuarial Sciences (ISBA) at UCLouvain in Louvain-la-Neuve and of the Royal Statistical Society of Belgium (RSSB).

  • Data science
  • Machine learning
  • Statistics
  • Statistical Matching
  • GAN
  • Microsimulation modelling
  • Master in Statistics, 2017


  • Master in Mathematics, 2016


  • Bachelor in Mathematics, 2014


Spoken languages
  • French
  • English
  • Dutch (basic)
Programming languages
  • R
  • Python
  • Latex
  • SAS
  • Matlab
  • c++ (basic)


Beamm project
Reserchear (Data team)
Beamm project
Jan 2019 – Present Brussels

Beamm is

  • a comprehensive tax-benefit microsimulation model
  • available online and in open-access
  • running on mostly administrative data
  • and a platform for scientific research and policy support

Reserchear (Data team)
Jan 2020 – Present Brussels is

  • a project to built a comprehensive tax-benefit microsimulation model for the Brussels Capital Region
  • available online and in open-access at (coming soon)
  • running on a micro-dataset representing the population of the Brussels Capital Region
  • focussing on tax-benefit competences of the Region
  • is funded by Innoviris in the Prospective Research for Brussels program


  • +32 / (0)2 792 35 82
  • Boulevard du Jardin botanique 43, Brussels, 1000
  • To find my office E6 in the Saint-Louis maze, enter the university via the parking in the Rue du Marais, enter the building 38 at the corner of Rue du Marais and the Boulevard du Jardin botanique through the second door at the left, take the elevator or climb to the 4th floor, and find office E6.
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