Education Profile

  • Ph.D. INRIA Paris-Rocquencourt, France, 2008
  • M.S. Paris Sud University, France, 2005
  • Control System Engineer, L'École Nationale Polytechnique d'Alger, Algeria, 1999–2004

Research Interests

​Professor Laleg-Kirati's research interests encompass work across the fields of applied mathematics, control systems, and signal analysis. She works on new methods for signal analysis based on a semi-classical approach with an application to the analysis of the arterial blood pressure. Laleg-Kirati is also interested in modeling, identification, control, fault detection, inverse problems and especially seismic inversion and has expertise in solitons waves and scattering theory.

Selected Publications

  • B. Helffer and T.M. Laleg-Kirati, "On semi-classical questions related to signal analysis". to appear in Asymptotic Analysis Journal, 2011.
  • T.M. Laleg-Kirati, E-Crépeau, M. Sorine, "Semi-classical signal analysis", submitted.
  • T.M. Laleg-Kirati, C. Médigue, Y. Papelier, F. Cottin and A. Van de Louw, "Validation of a semi-classical signal analysis method for stroke volume variation assessment: a comparison with the PiCCO technique", Annals of Biomedical Engineering, Volume 38, Number 12, 3618-3629, 2010.
  • T.M. Laleg, E. Crépeau and M. Sorine, "Seperation of arterial pressure into a nonlinear superposition of solitary waves and a windkessel flow". Biomedical Signal Processing and Control Journal, vol. 2(3), pp. 163-170, 2007.