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Francois Meyer is currently

Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering, and

Professor (by courtesy) in the Department of Applied Mathematics,

University of Colorado, Boulder.


He had previously been

an Assistant Professor at Yale University (1997-1999),

a Visiting Professor at the Institute Henri Poincaré,Paris (1999),

a Senior Fellow at the Institute of Pure and Applied Mathematics, (UCLA) (2004),

a Visiting Research Scholar at Princeton University (2007), and

a Visiting Scholar ICERM, Brown University (2014).

a Visiting Professor (fellowship Jean d‘Alembert) at INRIA-Saclay and NeuroSpin (2017)

Francois Meyer graduated (magna cum laude) from

Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Informatique et de Mathématiques Appliquées, Grenoble, in 1987, with a M.S. in applied mathematics.

He received a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from

INRIA, France, in 1993. His Ph.D. advisor was Dr. Patrick Bouthemy.

Meyer worked on the thermonuclear fusion program of the

French Nuclear Energy Agency during his military service.

Meyer and his group work on the development of mathematical algorithms and

computational methods for the analysis of observational high-dimensional dataset with

applications to biology, neuroscience (fMRI, EEG), geoscience, etc.