Most of my research activities concern the algorithmic side of game theory and its applications in computer science. At the moment, I am particularly interested in stochastic games with partial observation and I am working on problems like the decidability of distributed games, games with a parametric number of players or cooperation and competition in bridge. I am also interested in various topics including social choice theory and practice, precision farming, logics for handling probabilities and controlling humanoïd robots with MDPs.

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PhD thesis

I used to be a PhD student under the supervision of Wiesław Zielonka.
If you can read french and if you are interested in game theory, then have a look at my PhD thesis:




My CV is available here.

About quantitative (as opposed to qualitative) evaluation of research

The San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA) .
Two convincing critics of evaluation of publications and researchers using metrics.
A technical one, in french, written by INRIA computer scientists.
Another one, "The Mismeasurement of Science" less technical and more acid, written by a Cambridge biologist.
The mitigated opinion of the french academy of science.

My ha-index: 84