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I look like this! Well, not everyday...
I am a research scientist in the Serena group, a joint team between Inria Paris Center and University Paris-Est, Cermics (ENPC).
I am the Inria-Enterprises correspondent of the Inria Research Center of Paris for AMIES.

My domains of interests are inverse problems and adjoint techniques. In particular, the refinement indicators algorithm which builds an adaptative parameterization of the distributed quantities to be identified. An interesting application is image segmentation.

Now, my main domain of interest is the use of functional programming for scientific computation, and more precisely to the OCaml language developed at Inria.
I am also interested in formal proof for scientific computing programs. I am a member of the ELFIC working group from Labex DigiCosme - Paris-Saclay that deals with the proof of correctness of a C++ library for the finite element method. These works follow former ANR projects CerPAN and Fost.

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Recent publications

I also have a personal web site (mostly in French).

E-mail: Francois.Clement@inria.fr.


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