Summary

I am a PhD student in the Computer Science department at the University of Mons (UMONS) in Belgium. I am co-supervised by Véronique Bruyère (UMONS) and Jean-François Raskin (Université libre de Bruxelles).

My research interests lie in the field of Game Theory. I'm currently working on techniques to solve parity games. I also study equilibria in non zero-sum multiplayer games. In addition, I am very interested in the field of machine learning.

Teaching

Scientific Reading and Writing

Co-director
MA1 Computer Science
2018
Co-director of Dorian Labeeuw for his master's project on window-based partial solvers for parity games.

Algorithms and Bioinformatics

Teaching assistant
MA1 Computer Science
2018
Teaching assistant in charge of the Bioinformatics project which consists in efficiently implementing the greedy algorithm used to reconstruct a DNA sequence from a list of fragments (Java 8).

Programming and Algorithms I

Student teaching assistant
BA1 Computer Science & BA1 Mathematics
2016 - 2018
Student teaching assistant supervising the practical sessions (Python 3).

Programming and Algorithms II

Student teaching assistant
BA1 Computer Science & BA1 Mathematics
2016 - 2018
Student teaching assistant supervising the practical sessions (Java 8).

Attended events

  • 2019: Workshop - Theory and Algorithms in Graph and Stochastic Games, co-organizer (University of Mons, Mons, Belgium).
  • 2018: Highlights (Technical University, Berlin, Germany), MOVEP Summer School (ENS Paris-Saclay, Cachan, France), FoPSS Logic And Learning Summer School (University of Oxford, Oxford, UK).

Miscellaneous

Master's thesis

University of Mons
2018

Master's project

University of Mons
2017

Internship

Thales Belgium SA
Fall 2017
  • Subject: Design and implementation of a constraint programming model handling the network generation part of a radio configuration tool. The implementation was done using Java 8 and the Choco Solver constraint programming library.