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Nicolas Delanoue
nicolas.delanoue@univ-angers.fr

Who I am

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Since november 2008, I am associate professor at the Laboratoire Angevin de Recherche en Ingénierie des Systèmes (LARIS). You can download my Ph.D. thesis titled "Algorithmes numériques pour l'analyse topologique. Calcul par intervalle et théorie des graphes" and the slides. My supervisors were Luc Jaulin and Bertrand Cottenceau.

My main subject of interest is the creation of numerical algorithms capable of computing the properties of sets or maps. Therefore, my subjects of interest are : Interval analysis, computation, topology, path-connected set, path-planning, stable mappings ...

"The reading of all good books is like conversation with the finest men of past centuries." Descartes, 17th century. I am what I read (and what I watch).

Publications

Conference

Conference papers

Seminar

Demo and solvers

Upcoming and Recent Trips