I am a PhD student at Inria Nancy Grand-Est / Loria in the Gamble team.
I started my PhD in November 2019. My work focuses on the visualization of high degree polynomial surfaces, using techniques from computer algebra and interval arithmetic.
Common visualization algorithms are based on the evaluation of a function on a grid of points. We are aiming at lowering the evaluation time, while giving some guarantees on the output. Indeed, for high degree polynomials this step dominates the computation time of the visualization itself.
In December 2018, I graduated from Ecole Centrale de Nantes.
In 2019, I worked as an R&D engineer in compute science at Rokken Inc. (Sakai, Osaka, Japan).
Since November 2019, I am a PhD student.
I like magic, more specifically close-up magic and even more specifically card magic.
My name should be pronounced [nuʋan ɦeːrat mudijanseːlaːge], but I got used to hearing frenchified variations such as [nuwan eʁat mydiãsɵlaʒ].