Guillerme Duvillié

Guillerme Duvillié

Teacher Assistant at Université libre de Bruxelles

July, 19th 1989
guillerme [dot] duvillie [at] ulb [dot] ac [dot] be
Building NO, Campus de la Plaine, Boulevard du Triomphe, B-1050 Brussels
I'm a postdoctoral researcher at the Université libre de Bruxelles. I'm involved in the ValueBugs project (https://valuebugs.org in french). ValueBugs is a participatory research process aiming at designing a new way to recycle green wastes produced in urban area. The wastes are used to fatten larvas of Black Soldier Flies that will used as protein source to different kinds of animals (chicken, fish, dogs, cat, ...). I mainly focus on the networks and exchanges aspects (multicommodity flow) of the project. I'm also interested in symmetry breaking techniques in $0/1$-ILP formulations for the graph coloring problem as well as solving techniques (mainly Linear Programming ones) for the Wafer-to-Wafer Integration problem. I give courses in Operating Systems and Network Programming in C.

Trainings

PhD in Computer Science
Approximability, Parameterized Complexity and Solving Strategies for some Multidimensional Assignment Problems

Supervised by:

  • Rodolphe Giroudeau
  • Marin Bougeret

Defended on October, $7^{th}$ 2016 in front of the following board:

  • President: Frédéric Havet
  • Reporter: Cristina Bazgan
  • Reporter: Christophe Picouleau
  • Examinator: Dimitrios Thilikos Touloupas
  • Guest: Frits Spieksma
Masters Degree in Computer Science
Modelization, Combinatorial Optimization and Algorithms

Research Internship at Lirmm supervised by:

  • Marin Bougeret
  • Rodolphe Giroudeau
  • Denis Trystram

Complexity and Approximation Algorithms for Gap Scheduling Problems

Bachelor's degree in Computer Science

Research Internship at LORIA supervised by Jérémy Detrey (3 months)

Performances of Kahn-Fincke-Pohst algorithm for Shortest Vector Problem in high dimensional lattices

Technology Degree in Computer Science

Research Internship at LCPC Tombaine supervised by:

  • Mario Marchetti
  • Rémy Claverie

Efficiency Analysis of Algorithmic Detection of Road Surfaces States based on Monochromatic Photographs

Publications

Talks

Maximizing the minimum gap
Workshop on Models and Algorithms for Planning and Scheduling Problems(Kloster Seeon, Germany)

Teachings

Algorithmic 3
L3 (18h)

Academics Positions

PhD Student

Administrative Duties

Other Experiences

Language

French
English
German

Programming

C
Bash
Python
C++
Rails
Ruby
Scheme
OCaml
R

Other

Approximability
Admin Sys
Networks
ILP
FPT
Database (SQL)
CSP
ColGen