Evelyne Hubert
Senior Research Scientist

INRIA Méditerranée 
Project team AROMATH

Byron 009 - BP93 
06902 Sophia Antipolis - France 
Phone: +33 4 92 38 71 78 
Evelyne  .  Hubert  @  inria  .  fr

Research :   Symmetry in algebraic computations   Geometric Modeling   Algebraic and Differential Invariants   Nonlinear Differential Systems

Publications Conferences

Vitae Presto: MSc in Computational Mathematics and Computer Science Ecole National Superieure d'Informatique et Mathematiques Appliquees de Grenoble, France; MSc in Applied Mathematics at Imperial College, London, UK; PhD in Applied Mathematics at Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble, France; Postdoc at University Waterloo, with the Symbolic Computation Group, Ontario, Canada; Postdoc at the Mathematical Science Research Institute, Berkeley, California, USA, during the Symbolic Computation Program. Since October 1999, research scientist in INRIA, France; Fulbright scholar at Institute for Mathematics and its Applications, Minneapolis, Minnesota, for the 2006-2007 program on Applications of Algebraic Geometry; Visiting professor at the Fields Institute, Toronto, Ontario, for the 2015 Thematic Program on Computer Algebra; Simmons fellow at the Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge UK, for the program Geometry, compatibility and structure preservation in computational differential equations.

Supervision Hot News
Paul Goerlach (MSc) Erick Rodriguez Bazan (PhD) Symmetry Preserving Interpolation @ ISSAC 2019
Nicolas Leroux (MSc, PhD) Alvaro Fuentes Suarez (PhD) Modeling shapes with skeletons: scaffolds & anisotropic convolution @ September 27th PhD Defense!
Thomas Cluzeau (MSc, Postdoc) Mathieu Collowald (PhD) Algorithms for computing cubatures @ Highlights of 2018 in Studies in Applied Mathematics

Position openings
Winter/Spring 2020 Master 2 project Invariants of ternary forms under the orthogonal group
Winter/Spring 2020 Master 2 project Invariants for the characterisation of frame fields in computer graphics
Winter/Spring 2020 Master 1 project Voronoi diagrams on the sphere : an evolution process to adjust the cell size.