I am responsible for a section of the Vectorial Calculus course (August-November 2015).
My research revolves around dynamical systems, especially symbolic dynamics (and more particularly cellular automata). It generally involves computability theory (on the computer science side) and/or probabilities and ergodic theory (on the mathematics side).
My research topics can be roughly classified into two parts:
I did my Ph.D., titled Asymptotic behaviour of Cellular Automata: Computation and Randomness, under the supervision of Xavier Bressaud and Mathieu Sablik at the Aix-Marseille University. The thesis defense took place in Marseille on the September 26th, 2014. Here is the manuscript.
With Mathieu Sablik: Characterization of sets of limit measures of a cellular automaton iterated on a random configuration, accepted to Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems [link, preprint]
With Mathieu Sablik: Self-organisation in cellular automata with coalescent particles : Qualitative and quantitative approaches, accepted to Journal of Statistical Physics [link, preprint]
With Takeaki Uno: Maximal matching and path matching counting in polynomial time for graphs of bounded clique width, TAMC 2011 [link, preprint, bibtex]
With Mathieu Sablik: Entry times in cellular automata with simple defects dynamics, Automata/JAC 2012 [link, preprint, bibtex]
With Mathieu Sablik: Self-organization in cellular automata: a particle-based approach, DLT 2011 [link, preprint, bibtex]
With Martin Delacourt: Construction of μ-limit sets of two-dimensional cellular automata, STACS 2015 [preprint]
With Martin Delacourt: Characterisation of limit measure of higher-dimensional cellular automata, Submitted to Theory of Computing Systems 2015 [preprint]
I am a fervent go player. You can meet me at one of the various clubs in Santiago (ICO, Tengen) or on KGS (Jhyn).
Recently I have been listening to a lot of music. I owe a lot to Emmanuel Jeandel who in particular introduced me to rateyourmusic.
Some webcomics : XKCD the greatest, Subnormality with too many words, A softer world the poetic, SMBC the procrastination-enhancing drug.