|Articles in Referred Journals and Book Chapters:
1- Pollet. C; Ying J-M. One quadratic equation, different understandings: the 13th century interpretation by Li Ye and later commentators in the 18th and 19th centuries” Journal for History of Mathematics. Korean Society for History of Mathematics. Vol. 30 No.3 (June 2017), 137-162.
2- Pollet. C. “Reading Algorithms in Sanskrit: How to Relate Rule of Three, Choice of Unknown and Linear Equation?” In: Computations and Computing Devices in Mathematics Education before the Advent of Electronic Calculators. “Mathematics in Digital Era”, Springer Publishers, A. Volkov and V. Freiman (Eds.), 2016.
3- Pollet. C. “Interpreting Algorithms written in Chinese from the Point of View of Comparative History” In: Computations and Computing Devices in Mathematics Education before the Advent of Electronic Calculators. “Mathematics in Digital Era”, Springer Publishers, A. Volkov and V. Freiman (Eds.), 2016.
4- Pollet C. The influence of Qing dynasty editorial work on the modern interpretation of mathematical sources: the case of Li Rui’s edition of Li Ye's mathematical treatises. In: Science in Context (SSCI). 27(3), 385-422 (2014). Cambridge University Press 2014.
5- Witte.A; Sequeira.I; Pollet.C. “Internationalizing the Assessment Criteria to Build Cross-Cultural Competency: American and Chinese Educational Encounters”, in: the Journal of Teaching in International Business, Routledge, vol. 14, n. 4, p.61-78. 2003.
6- Pollet.C ; Sequeira. I. “La rapidité de transformations des structures sociales chinoises : un exemple d’adaptation devant la rupture ”. (The fast transformation of Chinese social structures: an example of adaptation and breakdown). In: Gestion 2000, Louvain, vol. 19, n.3 p.283-304. 2002.
Submitted Papers and Books:
1- Pollet. C. “The Procedure of Section of Pieces of Areas in Li Ye and Yang Hui’s Works: A Genealogy of Quadratic Equations in China”. Archive for the History of Exact Science (SCI). Springer-Elsevier. Pp.58. Journal article under review
2- Pollet. C. The Empty and the Full: the way of mathematics in China. Li Ye and Yang Hui’s Geometrical Procedures. Springer (Beijing). Book under 2nd review. Forthcoming 2018.
3- Pollet. C; Venketesvara Pai. Bījagaṇitāvataṃsa of Nārāyaṇa. Critical Edition of Sanskrit Text. SCIAMVS, Kyoto, Japan. (Vol, 1. Submitted). Forthcoming 2018.
4- Pollet. C. Guang-Gong said yes. (Novel) Bookrep/讀書共和國 (Taiwan). Forthcoming 2018.
1- Comparison of Algebraic Practices in Medieval China and India. Thesis submitted for PhD degree in history of sciences and epistemology. UNIVERSITY PARIS 7-DIDEROT. Nov. 2012. pp. 855. Adviser: Karine Chemla (CNRS)
2- Exploring Chinese Mathematical Culture: Song Dynasty Algebra. Thesis submitted for PhD degree in mathematics education. National Taiwan Normal University. June 2012. Pp. 120. Adviser: Horng Wann-Sheng.
3- Comparison of Indian and Pythagorean philosophies of numbers (in French). Dissertation for M.A2 in history of sciences and technology. Lille III Charles de Gaulle. 1999. pp. 59. Advisers: Lyne Bansat-Boudon (Sorbonne, EPHE); Edmond Mazet (CNRS).
4- The Indian origin of the modern system of numeration: Hypothesis and controversy about data and influences (in French). Dissertation for M.A 1 in philosophy. Lille III Charles de Gaulle. 1997. pp. 123. Advisers: Lyne Bansat-Boudon (Sorbonne, EPHE); Bernard Joly (CNRS).