About Me

F. Maraninchi
Florence dot Maraninchi at univ - grenoble - alpes dot fr

mail: VERIMAG, bâtiment IMAG, 150 place du torrent, 38401 Saint-Martin-d’Hères

tel. (33) 4 57 42 22 30

How to reach us?

Various pointers

Short CV

Florence Maraninchi received the Ph.D. in Computer Science and the “Habilitation a diriger des recherches (HDR)’’ from the University of Grenoble, France, in 1990 and 1997, respectively. In 1990, she joined UJF (Joseph Fourier University, Grenoble) as an assistant professor. In 2000, she joined Grenoble INP, where she currently holds a professor position. From September 2005 to August 2007, she was with CNRS. She was the director of Verimag from January 1, 2016 to December 31st, 2020.

She teaches at Ensimag (the department of Computer Science, Applied Maths and Telecom of Grenoble INP). Her teaching interests include algorithms and programming languages, compiler design, formal verification of critical systems, basic circuit design, object-oriented modeling, formal models for time and parallelism, and embedded system design. She is the co-author of two teaching books (in French): a book for undergraduate students, on the basics of algorithmics, databases and functional programming; a book for undergraduate students on the basics of circuits, computer organization and low level software. For current courses, see the dedicated page.

Her research activities are with the VERIMAG laboratory, where she was the head of the “synchrone’’ group from 2004 to 2015. Her current research interests include synchronous languages for embedded real-time components and systems, correct-by-construction implementation of critical systems on various platforms, with a recent interest for manycore architectures, Design-by-Contract for embedded reactive systems, virtual prototyping of hardware-software systems (for functional properties and extra-functional properties like energy consumption), modeling and validation of systems-on-a-chip, … She is now a member of the Verimag/ETiCS Group, working on the social and environmental impacts of the digital world. For more details, see the dedicated page.