Who? Where?

Lionel Elie Mamane, a former junior researcher in the Foundations group of the Institute for Computing and Information Science (formerly Nijmeegs Instituut voor Informatica en Informatiekunde) of the Faculty of Science of the Radboud University Nijmegen (formerly the Catholic University of Nijmegen).

The latter, like most continental european universities, can be considered a (para-)state organisation, although formally incorporated as a foundation, the “Stichting Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen” (KvK (chamber of commerce) number 41055629; my own translation: Catholic University Nijmegen Foundation). But (hearsay sources inform me) significant involvment of the Roman Catholic Church that continues up to this day muddles this issue. On the other hand, the (now antiquated) tradition of pillarisation the university is a product of means official Church involvment is not incompatible with being a para-state institution.

Further biographical and academic details for the interested.

What?

Research and Teaching.

Practical Informations

You can also get that kind of information, along with a spam-friendly mailto: link, in my entry and our research group's secretary's entry in the staff listing of my employer.

Email

My email address is lionel in the mamane lu domain. Domains do not contain spaces; you need to replace the space with the character at the end of sentences. Yes, the one sometimes called full stop.

Ressources

You may also want to go to my personal homepage, which contains, among others, my Master's Thesis. Or even better, grab some philosophical gems and short stories from Ami Bouganim's Angelus Novus (in English, en français, בעברית).

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