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Nicolas Juillet

IRIMAS - Département de Mathématiques
18 rue des Frères Lumière

Tel : (00 33) 3 89 33 64 26


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Talks, surveys and slides
Page d'enseignement (Teaching)

Announcement : Young Mathematicians in Geometry and Analysis! Organized with the French-German University (UFA-DFH), 2023 June 15-16 in Freiburg-im-Breisgau. Click to the website! The first edition was 2022 December 8-9 in Mulhouse Click.
Bienvenue sur ma page web! / Welcome to my web page !

I'm a "Professeur des Universités" at Université de Haute-Alsace (UHA) in Mulhouse at IRIMAS. CV 01/22 (French)

On the period 2009--2021 I've been a "Maître de conférence" of the "Université de Strasbourg" at the "Institut de Recherche Mathématique Avancée" (IRMA).


In December 2018, I've been defending my habilitation thesis "Transport optimal en théorie des processus et en géométrie" (other link).

In December 2008, I've been defending my doctoral thesis in mathematics at the Institut Fourier (Université Grenoble 1) and the Institut für angewandte Mathematik (Universität Bonn). My advisors were Hervé Pajot and Karl-Theodor Sturm. My thesis is called "Optimal transport and geometric analysis in Heisenberg groups" (other link).

Pictures and animations (Up)

I have written some animations with Geogebra: In this animation, you can examine the shape of the triangles of the Heisenberg group. The second animation shows how the third coordinate of  an horizontal curve evolves with respect to the swept algebraic area. Another one: animation.

On the left, the .gif file illustrate the "sunset coupling" of between two uniform measures defined in this paper .pdf. In this animation one can experiment several shadow couplings between a discrete measure (three atoms) and a continuous measure. Here are the sunset coupling, the left-curtain coupling and the middle-curtain coupling between two uniform measures.

Talks, surveys and slides (Up)

A list of talks with sometimes a survey in proceedings. I've added some slides: these are not "self-contained" diaporamas but rather the companions of a talk with chalk at blackboard.

Last updated September 2021.