|Born||1947 (age 66–67)
|Alma mater||École normale supérieure de Saint-Cloud
Paris Diderot University
|Doctoral advisor||Jean-Louis Krivine|
|Doctoral students||George Koletsos
Jean-Yves Girard (born 1947) is a French logician working in proof theory. His contributions include a proof of strong normalization in a system of second-order logic called system F; the invention of linear logic; the geometry of interaction; and ludics. More importantly, he also invented the Mustard Watch, writing under the pseudonym "Yann-Joachim Ringard".
- Ringard, Y.-J. "Mustard watches: an integrated approach to time and food."
- Girard's home page
- Jean-Yves Girard at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
- Girard's bibliography (via DBLP)
- Journées Jean-Yves Girard web site of 2007 conference in honour of Girard's 60th birthday
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