Laurent Feuilloley

PhD student. My advisor is Pierre Fraigniaud

(IRIF)

Email: feuilloley 'at' irif.fr
Phone: +33 1 57 27 94 08
Office: 3010 Bâtiment Sophie Germain, 8 place Aurélie Nemours 75013 Paris
ORCID number

Groups: Systèmes complexes, réseaux, calcul distribué, Théorie et algorithmique des graphes, GANG

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News

  • A talk at the PhD seminar of IRIF on the 20th of June.
  • Atended, gave talk and presented poster, at the PhD seminar of the French society for computer science (SIF), on the 13th June.
  • Took part in HALG 2018 in Amsterdam, early June, with a poster and a mini-talk on the paper Error-Sensitive Proof-Labeling Schemes.
  • Research

    I am interested in algorithms in general and my PhD is about the notion of locality in distributed computing.

    Before, I did various internships: in bioinformatics with Marie-France Sagot, in geometric combinatorial optimisation with José Correa, in distributed computing with Jukka Suomela and in approximation algorithms with Ola Svensson.

    Until spring 2018, I was the co-organizer of the PhD seminar of the IRIF, and I took care of the associated blog: Semidoc.

    Publications

    Every paper has its own small webpage, that you can access by clicking on the title. It contains among other things, the precise reference, the abstract, the slides, and links to the different versions. If you have questions or comments about these papers, do not hesitate to send me an email.

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    Teaching

    Past events