I graduated in Computer Science from École Polytechnique (Paris) in 2001. I then attended ENST Bretagne where I got a MSc in Mathematics and Cognitive Sciences (Cognitive Sciences Lab). I got a PhD in 2007 from McGill where I had the chance to work under the supervision of Luc Devroye. Between september 2007 and 2012, I have been a member of the Algorithms group and then the RAP team at Inria in Paris.
After ten years at Inria, I moved in September 2017 to Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris 6, which merged with La Sorbonne to become Sorbonne Université in January 2018. I am now affiliated with the LPSM.
I started by some applications to networks and gene multiplications and I now make my way towards more theoretical problems. Now looking towards probability applied to discrete structures and combinatorial geometry. Some precise current topics of research include mostly tree like structures:
Les probas du vendredi, Fridays at 11:00, Sorbonne Université, Jussieu.
Séminaire de Probabilités, Tuesdays at 14:00, LPSM, Sorbonne Université, Jussieu.
Séminaire Parisien de Statistique, Mondays, IHP.
Groupe de travail Modélisation Stochastique, Thursdays at 11:30, LPSM, Sophie Germain.
Séminaire Philippe Flajolet, Thursday, every other month, IHP.
Séminaire Francilien de Géométrie algorithmique, Thursday 14:00--16:30, once a month, IHP.
Séminaire Info/Maths Thursdays 16:00--17:00, LJLL, Sorbonne Université.
Past: Cecilia Holmgren (Postdoc 2010–2011), Juan Pablo Vigneaux (M1 2013), Henning Sulzbach (Postdoc 2013–2014), Minmin Wang (PhD 2010–2014), Awa Samaké (M2 SU 2018), Lucas Iziquel (M2 ENS Lyon, 2018), Robin Khanfir (M2 SU, 2019), Arthur Blanc-Renaudie (M2 Orsay, 2019).
Current: Othmane Safsafi (PhD 2017--), Lucas Iziquel (PhD, 2018--). Arthur Blanc-Renaudie (PhD 2019--).