Professional Address 
Laboratoire d’Intelligence Artificielle
Département d'Informatique
Université Paris 8
2 Rue de la Liberté
93526 Saint-Denis - France
tel: +33 1 49 40 64 26

Home Address
148 Avenue de Malakoff
75116 Paris - France
tel: +33 1 45 00 72 19

Birth: October 1, 1949
Nationality: French


 Computer Science

Title: Tile Programming for Very Large Scale Cellular Computers
Supervisor: Patrick Greussay, CNRS Silver Medal, Artificial Intelligence Laboratory







Research topics: programming of very large scale cellular computers; design and development of programming environments and tools for cellular computers; programming tile polyominoes for structured con figurations and cellular functionalities; modelization of collective physical phenomena; generalization of planar cellular surfaces and computation to complex topological surfaces; object-oriented modelization of biochemical and biomedical processes for embedded and mobile systems; medical emergency embedded information systems.


1. J. Signorini, A Routing Model for the NCR GAPP, Proceedings IEEE AI'88 of the International Workshop on Arti ficial Intelligence for Industrial Applications, Hitachi-City,1988

2. J. Signorini, Interfacing Real-Time Data Streams for Neural Networks, (First European Conference on Neural Networks, Proceedings Neuro'88, in Neural Networks from Models to Applications, L. Personnaz and G. Dreyfus (eds.), Paris, 1989

3. J. Signorini, A Computational Model for Perceptual Grouping, Proceedings IEEE MIV89 of the International Workshop on Industrial Applications of Machine Intelligence and Vision, Tokyo, 1989

4. J. Signorini, Complex Computing with Cellular Automata, in Cellular Automata and Modeling of Complex Physical Systems (Les Houches 1989 Winter Meeting), P. Manneville and G. Vichniac (eds.), Springer-Verlag, 1989

5. J. Signorini, How a SIMD Machine Can Implement a Complex Cellular Automaton's A Case Study: von Neumann's 29-state Cellular Automaton, ACM and IEEE Proceedings of the Supercomputing'89 International Conference, Reno, 1989

6. J. Signorini, Integrated Design Tools for Very Large Scale Cellular Architectures, Microprocessing and Microprogramming, North-Holland, Vol. 31, 1991

7. J. Signorini, Programming Tools for Very Large Scale Cellular Computers, Workshop on Cellular Automata, Espoo (Finland), 1991

8. J. Signorini, Computing with Q2R, The 6th Joint EPS-APS International Conference on Physics Computing, Lugano (Switzerland), 1994

9. J. Signorini, Geometrical Patterns in Synchronous Q2R, International Conference on the Geometry of Forms in Equilibrium and Nonequilibrium Systems, Memorial University of Newfoundland (Canada), 1994

10. J. Signorini, Programming Tiles, Workshop ASMICS (Algebraic and Syntaxic Methods in Computer Science) on Graph Automata, Roanne (France), 1995

11. J. Signorini & P. Greussay, Generation of Complex Topological Surfaces with Classical Cellular Automata: a Case Study, Cellular Automata Workshop'97, Gargnano (Italy), 1997

12. J. Signorini & P. Greussay, Folded and Immersed Cellular Automata, International Colloquium MCU'98, I.U.T. Metz (France), 1998

13. J. Signorini & P. Greussay, State and Rules Inheritance in Cellular Automata, International Conference in Chaos Theory and Life Sciences, Berkeley, 1999

14. J. Signorini & P. Greussay, A Cellular Implementation of Iterated Epistemic Logic, Cellular Automata 2001 Symposium, Yokohama, 2001

15. J. Signorini & P. Greussay, A case Study of Object-Oriented Bio-Chemistry: a Unified Specification of the Coagulation Cascade, Genome Informatics, Vol.14, Universal Academy Press, 2003

16. J. Signorini & P. Greussay, Object-Oriented Specification of Complex Bio-Computing Processes: Blood Clotting as a Case Study, BIO-ADIT, LNCS Vol.3141, 2004

17. J. Signorini & P. Greussay, Object-Oriented Design for the Specification Bio-Computing Processes, ACM SIGAPP Symposium on Applied Computing, Nicosia (Cyprus), 2004

18. J. Signorini & P. Greussay, Object-Oriented Wound Healing in the Liver: a Class-Structured View of Fibrogenesis and a Glimpse of its Evolution, ACM SIGAPP Symposium on Applied Computing, Santa Fe, 2005

19. J. Signorini & P. Greussay, Silent Killing: an Object-Oriented View of Hypertension and Kidney Failures, IEEE 7th Symposium on Bioinformatics, Harvard Medical School, 2007