Current position. Professor of computer science at Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée and junior member of the Institut universitaire de France. I am a member of the LIGM laboratory and I teach at Institut Gaspard Monge.

Je relève de la section 27 du CNU et, en tant que géométre algorithméticien, de la section 7 du CNRS.

Research interests. My area of research is discrete and computational geometry, with an interest for its interactions with algebraic topology, probabilistic geometry and extremal combinatorics.

Selected recent publications:

More publications and preprints can be found on my research page.

Service. Head of the computer science master program of UPEM and co-head (with Matthieu Fradelizi) of the area discrete mathematics and algorithms of the Labex Bezout.

Short bio. I did my undergraduate studies at ENS Cachan (1997-2001) and obtained my PhD from Université Nancy 2 (2004). I joined INRIA as a researcher in 2005 (Projet VEGAS in Nancy) and defended my habilitation thesis, in Université Nancy 1, in 2011. I moved to Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée as a professor in 2013.


Email: my last name (a)
Office 4B073 (building Copernic)
Phone: (+33) 1 60 95 75 58

Directions to LIGM.