Benoît Legat

Research interests

I study set programming: the computation of sets satisfying given properties and maximizing some criteria like their volume. Various techniques can be employed depending on the family of sets considered:

I am also interested in the computation of infeasibility certificates for set programs. I apply set programming to the stability analysis and control synthesis of hybrid systems and to the approximation of the Entropic Cone.

About me

I am a postdoc student in the Applied Mathematics department of the Institute of ICTEAM (Information and Communication Technologies, Electronics and Applied Mathematics) at UCLouvain, working on the BidMed project "Big Data in health care" with Raphaël Jungers.



My office is in the Euler Building in a.021 with Luc Rocher.