Monique Teillaud

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Monique Teillaud is a French researcher in computational geometry at the French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation (INRIA) in Nancy, France. She moved to Nancy in 2014 from a different INRIA center in Sophia Antipolis,[1] where she was one of the developers of CGAL, a software library of computational geometry algorithms.[2]

Teillaud completed her Ph.D. in 1991 at Paris-Sud University under the supervision of Jean-Daniel Boissonnat.[3] She was the 2008 program chair of the Symposium on Computational Geometry.[4] She is also the author or editor of two books in computational geometry:

  • Towards Dynamic Randomized Algorithms in Computational Geometry (Lecture Notes in Computer Science 758, Springer, 1993)[5]
  • Effective Computational Geometry for Curves and Surfaces (edited with Boissonat, Springer, 2007)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Blanchard, Marie (August 2015), Portrait of Monique Teillaud
  2. ^ Monique Teillaud, INRIA, retrieved 2018-05-25
  3. ^ Monique Teillaud at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
  4. ^ SoCG program committees, retrieved 2018-05-25
  5. ^ Review of Towards Dynamic Randomized Algorithms in Computational Geometry: Gritzmann, Peter (1996), Mathematical Reviews, MR 1290122

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