PhD thesis (2015-2018)
Triangulation of non-Euclidean metric spaces
, DATASHAPE team in Inria Sophia Antipolis
under supervision of Jean-Daniel Boissonnat
- 2014-2015: Second year of Research Masters Degree in Parisian Master of Research in Computer Science (MPRI) in University Paris Diderot.
- 2013-2014: First year of Research Masters Degree in Department of Computer Science and Telecommunications of École Normale Supérieure de Rennes in collaboration with University Rennes 1.
- 2012-2013: Double Bachelor Degree with honors in Department of Computer Science and Department of Mathematics of École Normale Supérieure de Rennes in collaboration with University Rennes 1.
- 2011-2012: Second year of preparatory classes for French grandes écoles (MP*) in Lycée du Parc, Lyon, France
- 2010-2011: First year of preparatory classes for French grandes écoles (MPSI) in Lycée Jean Moulin, Forbach, France
- 2010: High School Diploma obtained in Gymnasium 29, Minsk, Belarus
- March-August 2015: Reseach internship, GEOMETRICA team (INRIA Sophia Antipolis), supervised by Jean-Daniel Boissonnat. The goal of the internship is to reconstruct Delaunay triangulation from a point cloud using witness complex with perturbations, relaxed witness complex using collapses and Relaxed Delaunay triangulation.
- May-August 2014: Reseach internship, TU Dortmund Lehrstuhl Informatik 2, supervised by Christian Sohler, Amer Krivošija and Alexander Munteanu. The goal of the internship was to investigate the application of the nonparametric regressions on the Big Data summarization. Therefore we focused on the regression algorithms that use limited space.
- May-August 2013: Reseach internship, GEOMETRICA team (INRIA Sophia Antipolis), supervised by Jean-Daniel Boissonnat, Clément Maria, Ramsay Dyer and Arijit Ghosh. My goal was to develop a C++ application that builds a Simplex Tree of a new simplicial complex similar to Dey’s
graph induced complex and to research theoretical properties behind this new complex.
- English: Fluent both oral and writing, the working language during summer internship. TOEIC Result: 955/990.
- French: Fluent both oral and writing, the working language during summer internship.
- Belarusian: Mother tongue
- Russian: Mother tongue
- Japanese: Advanced both oral and writing, Japanese Level Proficiency Test - N2 Level Certificate received February 2015
- Programming languages: Pascal/Delphi, OCaml, C/C++, Java