I am a teaching assistant (PRAG) at Université Grenoble-Alpes in the Institut Fourier.
My area of expertise lies mainly inside algebraic topology. My main personal researchs study fusion systems, group and partial group theories and their links with homotopy theory.
I also have joined projects with computer scientists and physicists involving topological data analysis. Finaly, when I have time to kill, I am playing with dice.
I am als deeply involved in popular sciences and in helping kids to discover that math can be fun!
For more details, here is my cv (version of 07/2022).
||remi.molinier (at) univ-grenoble-alpes.fr|
100 rue des maths
Papers and thesis
- Partial groups, pregroups and realisability of fusion systems,
With Nicolas Lemoine,
- Path partial groups,
With Antonio Diaz Ramos and Antonio Viruel,
- Comparing n-dice fixing the sum of the faces,
Bulletin of the ICA, vol. 90, 2020, pp. 39-49.
Online version, arXiv:1912.04031.
- Centirc linking systems of locally finite groups,
Topology and its Applications 312(2022).
doi: 10.1016/j.topol.2022.108082, arXiv:1702.03995.
- Control of fixed points over discrete p-toral groups, and existence and uniqueness of linking systems,
Journal of Algebra, vol. 499, 2018, pp.43--73.
doi: 10.1016/j.jalgebra.2017.11.035, arXiv:1511.04291.
- Alperin's Fusion Theorem for localities,
Communications in Algebra, vol. 46(6), 2017, pp.2615--2619.
- Cohomology of linking systems with twisted coefficients by a $p$-solvable action,
Homology, Homotopy and Applications, vol. 19(2), 2017, pp.61--82.
- Cohomology with twisted coefficients of the classifying space of a fusion system,
Topology and its Applications 212(2016), p 1--18.
- Cohomology with twisted coefficients of the geometric realization of a linking system,
- PhD students:
- Master's student (M2):
- Joachim Montoussé, Master's student from January 2022 to july 2022.
- Nicolas Lemoine, Master's student from January 2020 to june 2020.
- Anand Ballou, Master student from March 2019 to September 2019 with Massih-Reza Amini and Emilie Devijver.
Institut Fourier, UMR5582 CNRS, Université Grenoble I, BP 74, 38402 Saint Martin d'Hères, France.