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   * 2011 -- 2012 in **Montreal** -- I was on a **sabbatical leave** from my university, enjoying a '​délégation'​ from [[http://​www.inria.fr/​bordeaux|INRIA]]. Thanks to [[http://​profs.etsmtl.ca/​mmcguffin/​|Michael McGuffin]] for welcoming me in his team in Montreal, Canada. Special thanks to Christophe Viau for great discussions and work (to continue !). Christophe, who is now at [[http://​www.datapad.io/​|DataPad]] in the San Francisco Bay Area, visited LaBRI last summer.   * 2011 -- 2012 in **Montreal** -- I was on a **sabbatical leave** from my university, enjoying a '​délégation'​ from [[http://​www.inria.fr/​bordeaux|INRIA]]. Thanks to [[http://​profs.etsmtl.ca/​mmcguffin/​|Michael McGuffin]] for welcoming me in his team in Montreal, Canada. Special thanks to Christophe Viau for great discussions and work (to continue !). Christophe, who is now at [[http://​www.datapad.io/​|DataPad]] in the San Francisco Bay Area, visited LaBRI last summer.
   * Since 2007 in **Bordeaux** -- I came back to Bordeaux after 10 years to put up the [[http://​www.inria.fr/​equipes/​gravite|GRAVITE INRIA project]] together with colleagues. **GRAVITE** focused on the visualization and interactive exploration of graphs (networks). At the same time, I also headed the [[http://​www.labri.fr/​index.php?​n=MaBioVis.MaBioVis|CNRS Viz & Bio-Info team at LaBRI]].   * Since 2007 in **Bordeaux** -- I came back to Bordeaux after 10 years to put up the [[http://​www.inria.fr/​equipes/​gravite|GRAVITE INRIA project]] together with colleagues. **GRAVITE** focused on the visualization and interactive exploration of graphs (networks). At the same time, I also headed the [[http://​www.labri.fr/​index.php?​n=MaBioVis.MaBioVis|CNRS Viz & Bio-Info team at LaBRI]].
-    * I enjoyed a INRIA Detachement in 2006 -- 2007 to help me focus on GRAVITE'​s build up and also allowing to freely travel between Bordeaux and Montpellier during that whole year.+    * I enjoyed a INRIA Detachement in 2006 -- 2007 to help me focus on GRAVITE'​s build up and also allowing ​me to freely travel between Bordeaux and Montpellier during that whole year.
   * 2000 -- 2007 in **Montpellier** -- I was appointed University Professor at **Université Montpellier 3**, Montpellier,​ France. UM3 is a Arts, Literature and Social Sciences faculty in Montpellier. These 7 years working with colleagues at UM3 were wonderful. I also was member of [[http://​www.lirmm.fr|LIRMM]],​ the Computer Science, Micro-Electronics and Robotics CNRS lab, part of the Science faculty ([[http://​www.univ-montp2.fr|Université Montpelier 2]]).   * 2000 -- 2007 in **Montpellier** -- I was appointed University Professor at **Université Montpellier 3**, Montpellier,​ France. UM3 is a Arts, Literature and Social Sciences faculty in Montpellier. These 7 years working with colleagues at UM3 were wonderful. I also was member of [[http://​www.lirmm.fr|LIRMM]],​ the Computer Science, Micro-Electronics and Robotics CNRS lab, part of the Science faculty ([[http://​www.univ-montp2.fr|Université Montpelier 2]]).
-    * I enjoyed a CNRS Délégation in 2005 -- 2006. I still feel the impact of that year mostly devoted to +    * I enjoyed a CNRS Délégation in 2005 -- 2006. I still feel the impact of that year mostly devoted to catching up with the literature.
   * 1998 -- 2000 in **Amsterdam** -- I had quite a unique experience closely working with Ivan Herman and Scott Marshall at [[http://​www.cwi.nl|CWI in Amsterdam (NL)]]. Our small team focused on network visualization as part of InfoViz. The work with Ivan and Scott was intense and fun. We wrote a survey paper after reading simply everything that had been done in the field until then ([[http://​scholar.google.fr/​scholar?​hl=en&​q=graph+visualization+survey|our paper still gets citations after all this time]]).   * 1998 -- 2000 in **Amsterdam** -- I had quite a unique experience closely working with Ivan Herman and Scott Marshall at [[http://​www.cwi.nl|CWI in Amsterdam (NL)]]. Our small team focused on network visualization as part of InfoViz. The work with Ivan and Scott was intense and fun. We wrote a survey paper after reading simply everything that had been done in the field until then ([[http://​scholar.google.fr/​scholar?​hl=en&​q=graph+visualization+survey|our paper still gets citations after all this time]]).
   * 1993 -- 1998 in **Bordeaux** -- I began my career taking a Associate Professor (Maître de Conférences) position at LaBRI, Université Bordeaux I. By then I was working in combinatorial mathematics,​ focusing on trees as basic algebraic structures, exploiting their geometrical and combinatorial properties to prove structural theorems in algebra or combinatorics on words. I still keep a taste for these mathematical theories.   * 1993 -- 1998 in **Bordeaux** -- I began my career taking a Associate Professor (Maître de Conférences) position at LaBRI, Université Bordeaux I. By then I was working in combinatorial mathematics,​ focusing on trees as basic algebraic structures, exploiting their geometrical and combinatorial properties to prove structural theorems in algebra or combinatorics on words. I still keep a taste for these mathematical theories.
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-  * 1986 -- It all began at [[http://​www.uqam.ca/​|Université du Québec à Montréal]] in 1986. I am thankful to Pierre Leroux and [[http://​www.lacim.uqam.ca/​~christo/​|Christophe Reutenauer]] who got me into studying graduate mathematics. I would never have thought I would have such a life (!). Thanks also to [[http://​www.nserc-crsng.gc.ca/​|NSERC (Canada)]] and FCAR (Québec --now called the [[http://​www.fqrnt.gouv.qc.ca/​|FQRNT]]) for funding these graduate studies. 
-  * 1988 -- Christophe then took me as a PhD student working on bases of the Free Lie algebra, looking into subtle and very deep structural properties of families of binary trees. [[http://​lacim.uqam.ca/​publications_pdf/​08.pdf|I recently realized LaCIM has made a scanned copy of my thesis available on their website (!)]]. 
-  * 1991 -- I got my **PhD in combinatorial mathematics from Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada in June 1991**. 
   * 1999 -- I got the **French HDR** (Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches) from **Université Bordeaux I, on December 7, 1999** (under the guidance of Ivan Herman, CWI, Amsterdam and Maylis Delest, Université Bordeaux I).   * 1999 -- I got the **French HDR** (Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches) from **Université Bordeaux I, on December 7, 1999** (under the guidance of Ivan Herman, CWI, Amsterdam and Maylis Delest, Université Bordeaux I).
 +  * 1991 -- I got my **PhD in combinatorial mathematics from Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada in June 1991**.
 +  * 1988 -- Christophe Reutenauer took me as a PhD student working on bases of the Free Lie algebra, looking into subtle and very deep structural properties of families of binary trees. [[http://​lacim.uqam.ca/​publications_pdf/​08.pdf|I recently realized LaCIM has made a scanned copy of my thesis available on their website (!)]].
 +  * 1986 -- It all began at [[http://​www.uqam.ca/​|Université du Québec à Montréal]] in 1986. I am thankful to Pierre Leroux and [[http://​www.lacim.uqam.ca/​~christo/​|Christophe Reutenauer]] who got me into studying graduate mathematics. I would never have thought I would have such a life (!). Thanks also to [[http://​www.nserc-crsng.gc.ca/​|NSERC (Canada)]] and FCAR (Québec --now called the [[http://​www.fqrnt.gouv.qc.ca/​|FQRNT]]) for funding these graduate studies.
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