We are very happy to announce that Prof. Romain Boulet (Universite Jean Moulin, Lyon, France) will be visiting us in March 2020!
He will join Prof. Giancarlo Ruffo teaching the “Complex Networks” course for our master’s degrees in “Computer Science” and “Stochastics and Data Science”. He will especially focus on graph theory and network analysis.
Romain Boulet obtained his PhD in mathematics in 2008 at the University of Toulouse (France) and he is, since 2012, associate professor in mathematics in the iaelyon, school of management (University of Lyon, France); he belongs to Magellan research lab. His research areas include graph theory (especially algebraic graph theory) and networks analysis with a particular interest on interdisciplinary collaborations. He mainly worked on the analysis of legal networks and he organized workshops on complexity and public policies. He teaches algebra (matrix calculus and applications), statistics and data mining at iaelyon, public school of management.