Seminars:
Computational mathematics Thu 16:15-17:45
room 1016
Image recognition Thu 14:15-15:45
room 1146
Differential equations and related issues Fri 12:15-13:45
room 1016
Partial differential equations Tue 12:15-13:45
room 1016
Marc Ethier, PhD
room:2151
address:Łojasiewicza 6, PL-30-348 Kraków, Poland
e-mail:marc.ethier@usherbrooke.ca
www:http://www.pages.usherbrooke.ca/methier/indexen.html

Research interests:
  • computational topology
  • numerical analysis

CV light:
2006M.Sc. in mathematicsUniversity of Ottawa
2013PhD in mathematicsUniversité de Sherbrooke
2013 Oct.- postdocJagiellonian University

Awards and scholarships:
2003teaching assistant of the yearDepartment of mathematics and statistics, University of Ottawa
2003graduate studies scholarshipCanada NSERC
2008PhD scholarshipQuébec FQRNT
2011international internship scholarshipQuébec FQRNT and Centre de recherches mathématiques

Publications:
  • M. Ethier, T. Kaczynski,
    Suspension models for testing shape similarity methods
    Computer Vision and Image Understanding, submitted (2013)
  • A. Cerri, M. Ethier, P. Frosini,
    A study of monodromy in the computation of multidimensional persistence
    17th IAPR International Conference on Discrete Geometry for Computer Imagery, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 7749, 192-202 (2013)
  • N. Cavazza, M. Ethier, P. Frosini, C. Landi, T. Kaczynski,
    Comparison of Persistent Homologies for Vector Functions: from continuous to discrete and back
    Computers and Mathematics with Applications, Vol. 66, No. 4, 560-573 (2013)
  • M. Ethier,
    Introduction a l'homologie persistante avec application a la suspension topologique
    CaMUS: Cahiers mathématiques de l'Université de Sherbrooke, Vol. 3, 1-18 (2012)
  • M. Allili, D. Corriveau, S. Deriviere, M. Ethier, T. Kaczynski,
    Detecting Critical Regions in Multidimensional Data Sets
    Computers and Mathematics with Applications, Vol. 61, No. 2, 499-512 (2011)
  • M. Allili, M. Ethier, T. Kaczynski,
    Critical Region Analysis of Scalar Fields in Arbitrary Dimensions
    Visualization and Data Analysis 2010, Proceedings of the SPIE, Vol. 7530, (2010)
  • M. Ethier, Y. Bourgault,
    Semi-Implicit Time-Discretization Schemes for the Bidomain Model
    SIAM Journal of Numerical Analysis, Vol. 46, No. 5, 2443-2468 (2008)
  • Y. Bourgault, M. Ethier,
    Comparison of Numerical Schemes for the Bidomain Model
    Third MIT Conference on Fluid and Solid Mechanics, 1048-1051 (2005)
  • Y. Bourgault, M. Ethier, V. LeBlanc,
    Simulation of Electrophysiological Waves with an Unstructured Finite Element Method
    ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis, Vol. 37, 649-661 (2003)
  • Y. Bourgault, M. Ethier,
    Unstructured Finite Element Method for a 3-D Anisotropic Bidomain Model
    Second MIT Conference on Fluid and Solid Mechanics, 1634-1637 (2003)
  • Y. Bourgault, M. Ethier,
    Simulation of Electrophysiological Waves with an Unstructured Finite Element Method
    Proceedings of Modelling and Simulation for Computer-Aided Medicine and Surgery, INRIA-Rocquencourt, 12-16 (2002)
Division of Computational Mathematics, Institute of Computer Science, Łojasiewicza 6, 30-348 Kraków, Poland