Since 2014, I am a research associate in Inria, Grenoble. My research interests focus on stochastic models and stochastic optimization with a particular emphasis on mean field approximation methods. The applications of my work spans stochastic networks, design of control algorithms for large-scale systems (such as communication networks and electricity networks).
I am responsible of the ANR project REFINO (refined mean field optimization), funded from 2019 to 2024 and of the Grenoble IDEX project Flex-MS (funded 2017 to 2019). I used to be part of the European FP7 project Quanticol.
I am happy to offer internships to students. If you want to apply for an internship, please send me the contact of at least one person who can recommend you (a faculty member of your university or a person with whom you have worked).
Former students: Benoit Vinot (2015-2018), co-supervised with Florent Cadoux. Now at Roseau Technologies
Post-docs: Mouhcine Mendil (2018-now), Takai Kenouche (2018-now)