About me

Currently I am a researcher and teaching assistant in Aric team at ENS de Lyon, France.

Previously, PhD student at  PEQUAN team at the LIP6,  Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France.  My PhD subject is “Towards a Modern Floating-Point Environment” supervised by Christoph Lauter and Jean-Claude Bajard. The two directions of my research are code generation for elementary functions and mixed-radix floating-point operations. The full text will be soon available on-line, the presentation is available here.

Short CV & Personal Information

    • 2012 – 2015 PhD student at PEQUAN team at the LIP6, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, supervisor Christoph Lauter. Thesis defended on Dec 11th, 2015
    • 2012 – Internship at PEQUAN team at the LIP6Université Pierre et Marie Curie under the guidance of Christoph Lauter
    • 2012 – Master’s degree – I. I. Mechnikov Odessa National University, Institute of Mathematics, Economy and Mechanics, Applied Mathematics Faculty, Department of computing systems software, Odessa, Ukraine
    • 2010 – Bachelor’s degree – I. I. Mechnikov Odessa National University, Institute of Mathematics, Economy and Mechanics, Applied Mathematics Faculty, Department of computing systems software, Odessa, Ukraine
  • Languages spoken: Russian and Ukrainian as Mothertongues, English – C1, French – C1, German – A2
  • Scientific interests: Floating-Point Arithmetic, Correct Rounding, Elementary Functions Generator, Multi-radix Arithmetic
  • Teaching at UPMC (in french): Numerical representations and methods, Introduction to algorithms and programming with C, Project in C,  Introduction to task automatization, Elements of OOP with JAVA.
  • Teaching at ENS-Lyon (in french): introduction to informatics for M2 students in complex systems, project supervision for M1 students, advanced algorithmics for 3rd year bachelor, project supervision in SAT-solvers for 3rd year bachelor, programming practices for 3rd year bachelor in C++