Timo Jolivet


I am currently post-doc at University of Leoben and at TU Graz (Austria). I defended my PhD thesis in November 2013, under the co-supervision of Valérie Berthé and Jarkko Kari, at the LIAFA laboratory, in Paris (France) and at the FUNDIM research centre in Turku (Finland). My research interests include symbolic dynamics, substitutions, tilings, fractal geometry, and computability theory.

timo.jolivet ♫ liafa.univ-paris-diderot.fr
Mailing address
LIAFA, Université Paris Diderot, Case 7014
75205 Paris Cedex 13, France

CV (en français)


  1. Topological substitutions and Rauzy fractals
    with Nicolas Bédaride, Arnaud Hilion
    Submitted for publication
  2. A numerical scale for non locally connected planar continua
    with Benoît Loridant, Jun Luo
    Submitted for publication
  3. Undecidability in self-affine sets and multi-tape automata, arXiv:1401.0705
    with Jarkko Kari
    MFCS 2014, proccedings LNCS 8634, to appear
  4. A combinatorial approach to products of Pisot substitutions, arXiv:1401.0704
    with Valérie Berthé, Jérémie Bourdon, Anne Siegel
    Journal version submitted for publication
    WORDS 2013, proceedings LNCS 8079, 58-70 (short version)
  5. Rauzy fractals with countable fundamental group, arXiv:1312.7829
    with Benoît Loridant, Jun Luo
    Journal of Fractal Geometry (2014), to appear
  6. Critical connectedness of thin arithmetical discrete planes, arXiv:1312.7820
    with Valérie Berthé, Damien Jamet, Xavier Provençal
    DGCI 2013, proceedings LNCS 7749, 107-118 (short version)
  7. Consistency of multidimensional combinatorial substitutions, arXiv:1112.1841
    with Jarkko Kari
    Theoretical Computer Science 454 (2012), 178-188, MR
    CSR 2012, proceedings LNCS 7353, 205-216 (short version)
  8. Substitutive Arnoux-Rauzy sequences have pure discrete spectrum, arXiv:1108.5574
    with Valérie Berthé, Anne Siegel
    Uniform Distribution Theory 7 (2012), no. 1, 173-197, MR
  9. Connectedness of the fractals associated with Arnoux-Rauzy substitutions, arXiv:1101.1784
    with Valérie Berthé, Anne Siegel
    RAIRO Theoretical Informatics and Applications (2014), to appear



Nicolas Bédaride, Valérie Berthé, Jérémie Bourdon, Arnaud Hilion, Damien Jamet, Jarkko Kari, Benoît Loridant, 罗俊 (Jun Luo), Xavier Provençal, Anne Siegel.

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