R e s e a r c h 

J é r é m i e   C h a l o p i n


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I am a researcher in Computer Science at LIF in Marseille since October 2007. Since January 2014, I am the head of the DALGO research group. From 2007 to 2013, I was a member of the MoVe research group.

I did my PhD in LaBRI under the supervision of Yves Métivier. The manuscript can be found here (in french). In my PhD thesis, I considered different models of distributed computing. I am particularly interested in characterizing what can be computed in a distributed way when processes do not have unique identifiers.

Research Interests: distributed algorithms, mobile agent systems, metric graph theory

-- Publications --

-- Preprints --

-- Book Chapter --

-- International Journals --
  • Bucolic Complexes
    with Boštjan Brešar, Victor Chepoi, Tanja Gologranc, and Damian Osajda
    Advances in Mathematics, 243:127-167, 2013.

-- International Conferences --
  • Sequence Hypergraphs
    with Katerina Böhmová, Matús Mihalák, Guido Proietti, and Peter Widmayer
    WG 2016, LNCS 9941, 282-294.

-- Previous Work --

I did my master thesis in LaBRI with Yves Métivier.
We studied the computational power of local computations on edges through the study of naming and election problems.
report (in french) --- slides (in french)

I did my Maitrîse training period in the Computer Science Department of the New Mexico State University with Hing Leung.
We worked on ramseyan factorizations of finite words.
report  ---   slides (in french)

I did my License training period in the LSV with Alain Finkel.
We worked on the representations of semi-linear sets.
report  (in french)  ---  slides (in french)

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