Bouzidi yacine

Researcher at INRIA NON-A team
40 Avenue du Halley
59650 Villeneuve-d'Ascq
Office A116
+33 (0) 359577809


I am currently a young researcher (starting research position) at Inria Lille-Nord Europe.

I do my reaserch within the INRIA GAIA team working on the study of dynamical systems arising in control theory using algebraic approaches and computer algebra methods.

I did my PhD in INRIA-Vegas at Inria Nancy Grand est under the supervision of Sylvain Lazard and Marc Pouget, working on the computation of topology of algebraic curves and surfaces.

My research interests include:

  • Computer algebra

  • Effective real algebraic geometry

  • Algorithmic and computational geometry

  • Stability and stabilization of dynamical systems

  • Optimal and robust control theories


Year 2017

Year 2016

Year 2015

Year 2014

Year 2013

Year 2011

PHD Thesis


Period 2016-2017

Non-permanent teacher (ATER) at Ecole centrale de Lille

Period 2013-2014

Non-permanent teacher (ATER) at Université de Lorraine

Period 2010-2013

Teaching assistant (Vacataire) at IUT Charlemagne



A Maple software for certified plot of curves in collaboration with the INRIA Vegas team

Link here

ND stability

A maple software for the stability and the stabilization of Multidimensional systems

Download here

Time delay Stability

Maple routines for stability analysis of linear time delay systems

Download here

Short CV

  • 2016-2017

    ATER Centrale Lille

    Non-permanent teacher and researcher at the Computer Science Departement of Centrale Lille. I do my research within the NON-A team (Inria Lille).

  • 2014-2016

    Post-doctoral Inria

    Post-doctoral position with Alban Quadrat in the DISCO team (Inria Saclay) and then in the NON-A team (Inria Lille) working on the constructive study of analysis and synthesis problems of multidimensional systems using computer algebra approaches.

  • 2010-2014

    PHD université de Lorraine

    A PHD position at the Vegas team (Inria Nancy) under the supervision of Sylvain Lazard and Marc Pouget on the solving bivariate algebraic systems and computing the topology of curves.

  • 2005-2010

    Master 2 UPMC

    Master 2 of Computer Science, Algorithmics and Programming for Research specialization at the University Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris 6 UPMC).

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