Mathieu Lirzin


I am a software engineer at Néréide and a PhD student at Laboratoire d'Informatique Formelle et Appliquée de Tours (LIFAT), University of Tours in the Base de Données et Traitement des Langues Naturelles (BdTln) team. My PhD thesis which subject is “Semantic Interoperability in multi-tier systems” has started in april 2019 under the supervision of Béatrice Markhoff with the goal of finding sound and effective ways to compose Hypermedia APIs in the context of Information Systems. My topics of interest are Programming Languages, Network Based Software Architecture, Software packaging and the World Wide Web.

I am contributing to some Free Software projects but mainly to Apache OFBiz. I have been involved in the development of some GNU packages: Guix, JWhois, Mcron, Shepherd, Texinfo, Automake. The software I am writing is available on various repositories: Gitlab, Néréide labs, Savannah, Notabug, Github.

I have a personal blog containing the weekly reports I have made during my last Google Summer of Code experience as a student in 2017.