Aymeric Blot

Curriculum vitæ

Curriculum vitæ§

Research experience§

current Research assistant in the SSE group
CREST, UCL University College London, United Kingdom
2015–2018 PhD (3 years) in the ORKAD research group (formerly Dolphin team-project)
CRIStALINRIA Lille-Nord Europe, Université de Lille, France
2017 Invited (1 week) in the ADA group
LIACS, Leiden University, The Netherlands
2014–2015 Internship (10 months) with Prof. Holger H. Hoos in the beta lab
ICICS, UBC University of British Colombia, Vancouver, BC, Canada
2014 Internship (6 months) in the Dolphin team-project
INRIA Lille–Nord Europe, France
2013 Internship (16 weeks) with Prof. Hernán Aguirre
Shinshu University, Nagano, Japan
2012 Internship (6 weeks) in the Dolphin team-project
INRIA Lille–Nord Europe, France

Education§

2015–2018 PhD in Computer Science
CRIStAL, Université de Lille, France
2011–2015 Magistere in Computer Science and Telecommunications
ENS Rennes, France
2014 MSc in Computer Science
Université Rennes 1, France
2012 BSc in Computer Science
Université Rennes 1, France
2009–2011 French "Classes préparatoires MPSI-MP*"
Lycée Blaise Pascal, Orsay, France
2009 French "Baccalauréat général scientifique"
Lycée Blaise Pascal, Orsay, France

Publications§

See the dedicated page here.

Teachings§

2017–2018

Teaching Assistant — UFR IEEA, Université de Lille

  • System Programming (L3 S5)
  • Object-Oriented Programming (L2 S4)
2016–2017

Teaching Assistant — UFR IEEA, Université de Lille

  • Relational Databases (L3 S5)
  • Algorithms and Programming 1 (L1 S2)
2015–2016

Teaching Assistant — UFR IEEA, Université de Lille

  • Relational Databases (L3 S5)
  • Algorithms and Programming 1 (L1 S2)

Scientific Mediation§

June 2017 Welcoming high school students at the university
Meeting with high school students to present research in general and combinatorial optimization.
Presentations and animations using the traveling salesman, flowshop, and bin-packing problems.
Oct 2016 Journée Recherche, Innovation et Creation
Meeting with bachelor and master students to present the research team interests.
Presentation and animation using the permutation flowshop problem.
June 2016 Welcoming high school students at the university
Meeting with high school students to present research in general and combinatorial optimization.
Presentations and animations using the traveling salesman, flowshop, and bin-packing problems.

Computer skills§

Languages Ruby, C, C++, OCaml, Java, Unix shell, R, Python, Lisp
Sofware Linux (archlinux), emacs, LaTeX, beamer, make, git
HPC Clusters Torque, Slurm

Language skills§

French Native speaker
English Fluent (TOEIC 2012 score: 985/990)
German Proficient (High school level, 2011)
Japanese Intermediate