Iordan M. Iordanov

Presently I am a Ph.D. candidate, member of the research group GAMBLE.

I have the privilege of working with Monique Teillaud on my Ph.D. thesis titled **Triangulations of Hyperbolic Manifolds**. The goal is to formulate (both theoretically and practically) a robust and efficient method for computing Delaunay triangulations of 2D hyperbolic manifolds. Implementation will be inspired by and based on CGAL.

I obtained my Master's degree in Applied and Computational Mathematics from the University of Crete, Greece in 2015. I worked on my MSc thesis **Shape-preserving interpolation on the sphere** under the supervision of Menelaos Karavelas. Full text is available here. To our knowledge (at the moment of writing this paragraph), this is the first result in a similar setting---shape-preserving intrepolation in Euclidean 3D space has been treated in [1] and [2], but these are the first results on the unit sphere.

My Bachelor's degree is in Applied Mathematics, obtained from the University of Crete, Greece, in 2013. I worked on my BSc thesis **The Euclidean InSphere Predicate** under the supervision of Menelaos Karavelas. Full text is available here. The main result states that the