Najib Idrissi’s math page

Hello! My name is Najib Idrissi, and I am a mathematician. I am currently a maître de conférences (tenured, research+teaching position) at the math department of the University of Paris. I am also a member of the team-project Algebraic Topology & Geometry of the Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu–Paris Rive Gauche. I am one of the organizers of the Topology Seminar of the Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu–Paris Rive Gauche. You can find more info in my CV.

My main mathematical interests are in the fields of operads, as well as in their applications to algebraic topology and homological algebra. I am especially interested in the study of configuration spaces of manifolds, their links to graph complexes, and the invariants they define.


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The ical-ufr project

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For the past couple of months, I have been working on a side project with several colleagues from my department. In short, it's a web interface to our university's timetable system, the (infamous) ADE. For various reasons, we, the staff, are…

Git for Mathematicians (3a): The Practice [setup and init]

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After a long hiatus, here is the third part of my series of posts about Git for Mathematicians 🙂. I explain the basics of how one would go about using Git to write a math paper. If you have not read the previous parts of the series, you can find…

Boardman–Vogt resolutions and bar/cobar constructions of (co)operadic (co)bimodules accepted!

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The paper "Boardman–Vogt resolutions and bar/cobar constructions of (co)operadic (co)bimodules" , that Ricardo Campos, Julien Ducoulombier, and I wrote, has been accepted for publication in the journal Higher Structures ! This technical part will…

Git for Mathematicians (2): The Theory

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This post is the second in a series in which I will try to explain how to use Git to write papers, with an audience of professional mathematicians in mind. The first part, which was about why one would want to use Git, is here. Let us now dive into…
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