About me

I am currently a research and teaching assistant at the University of Bordeaux. I'm part of the Combinatorics and Algorithms research team at LaBRI and, more precisely, the Graphs and Optimization, as well as the Distributed Algorithms thematic groups.
As of September 2021, I will join LITIS at Le Havre as a postdoctoral researcher. More information on the corresponding research team and thematic group will follow.

I recently obtained my PhD degree in computer science at the University of Bordeaux in March 2021. Since then, I've explored and continued research on a variety of subjects, some of which are related to my PhD subject:
Contributions to temporal graph theory and mobility-related problems.

Currently, my main research interests include swarm intelligence, temporal graph theory, distributed algorithms, combinatorial optimization and mobile ad hoc networks (MANET).
My many other interests include, but are not limited to, probability in enumerative combinatorics, bioinformatics, data engineering, machine learning, and combinatorial game theory.
I am always open to learn about new subjects and new problems.

I have taught various classes related to computer science at the University of Bordeaux. My preferences are introductory classes to computer science, or theoretical classes surrounding algorithms or computational complexity.

Current affiliations : 
Laboratory : Laboratoire Bordelais de Recherche en Informatique
Research team : Combinatorics and Algorithms
Thematic groups : Graphs and Optimization and Distributed Algorithms
Teaching institution : University of Bordeaux: Science and Technology

Academy : 
Postdoctoral researcher (2021 - 2022, University of Le Havre)
Research and Teaching Assistant (2020 - 2021, University of Bordeaux)

Education : 
PhD Degree (2020, University of Bordeaux) :
   Contributions to temporal graph theory and mobility-related problems
Master Degree (2017, University of Bordeaux) :
   Theoretical Computer Science
Bachelor Degree (2015, University of Bordeaux):
   Computer Science