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bio website gaupy.org/?home/en
location Lyon, France
age 25
visits member for 2 years, 9 months
seen Aug 4 '13 at 15:24

I am a PhD student in theoretical computer science in the ROMA team at the LIP, in the ENS of Lyon (France).

My research interests are parallel and distributed algorithmics (I have been playing for a while with energy-related scheduling problems), but also computability.


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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Yearling
May
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accepted Problem with \only and alignment of graphics (pdf) in beamer
May
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awarded  Commentator
May
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comment Problem with \only and alignment of graphics (pdf) in beamer
O! I didn't know it was a well known fact! (and didn't though it could be, or else I would have looked it up in the man)). Thanks then, care to put your comment in your answer? Then I'll accept it.
May
14
comment Problem with \only and alignment of graphics (pdf) in beamer
Thanks, this is indeed a solution, as is mine using the tilde mark, though I would really like to understand why it does not work.
May
14
asked Problem with \only and alignment of graphics (pdf) in beamer
Nov
25
awarded  Autobiographer
Oct
9
accepted How to give arguments to a tex file during compilation?
Oct
9
comment How to give arguments to a tex file during compilation?
Awesome, that was what I needed. Is there then a way such that latex gives to the output the name "a.pdf" (otherwise I will add the bash command "mv main.pdf a.pdf", but it seems less understandable than if it had the name in the first place :s)
Oct
9
comment How to give arguments to a tex file during compilation?
Ok, it is not exactly working the same way since they seem to be working the other way around: changing the headings instead of the content. I suppose theoretically we could do it symetrically but it is not obvious to me :s.
Oct
9
comment How to give arguments to a tex file during compilation?
It indeed seems close to tex.stackexchange.com/questions/1492/…. I need to take a closer look, see if I can get my answer. Thanks
Oct
9
asked How to give arguments to a tex file during compilation?
Sep
24
comment How can I make a custom list that looks like the following?
How can Treebranch get 101 reputation just from this?
Sep
24
comment In a tabular, how do I reduce the vertical space in a wrapped text?
Awesome, thanks.
Sep
24
accepted In a tabular, how do I reduce the vertical space in a wrapped text?