I am an Assistant Professor since 2020 within the Networks and Systems division of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, a shared department between Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg (IT Faculty). Within the division, I am working in the Distributed Computing and Systems group in EDIT building at Johanneberg Campus. Research-wise, I am currently mainly working on different distributed problems targeting the reduction of communication overhead in vehicular networks, smart grids and other IoT systems, in collaboration with Marina Papatriantafilou and Vincenzo Gulisano.
My current research focuses on bringing P2P-inspired energy trading policies to communities of prosumer households. It is sponsored by the ADAPT: Adaptive DigitAl Power sysTems project in collaboration with Marina Papatriantafilou, Vincenzo Gulisano as well as Lisa Göransson and Verena Heinisch from Chalmers's Division of Energy Technology within the Department of Space, Earth and Environment, Energy Technology. My other main interest is on parallel and distributed data streaming in vehicular and other Cyber-physical systems. I participated as part as my 2017-2019 postdoc position in the On-board Off-board Distributed Data Analytics (OODIDA) project (in collaboration with Volvo Car Corporation, Volvo Trucks, Fraunhofer-Chalmers Centre and Alkit Communications AB), and am still working in close collaboration with Bastian Havers, industrial PhD student at Volvo. My previous research interests focused on maintenance of random graph distributions in a distributed environment. The main research focus of my thesis was about finding and analysing interesting and realistic models of random graphs, which admit efficient maintenance algorithms.
Temporary Teaching and Research Fellow (French: ATER for Attaché Temporaire à l'Enseignement et à la Recherche) working at Theoretical Computer Science Laboratory (LIF) and teaching at the Faculty of Science of Aix-Marseille Université. I worked in the Distributed Algorithms (DALGO) team within the LIF.
ATER teaching at the Computer Science department of the University of Bordeaux and working at the Computer Science Research Laboratory of Bordeaux (French: LaBRI - short for Laboratoire Bordelais de Recherche en Informatique).
My thesis is titled Maintenance and simulation of dynamic random graphs and has been supervised by Pr Philippe Duchon. I defended my thesis on the 16th of October 2015 (slides, in french) with the following jury: Conrado Martínez and Vlady Ravelomanana (thesis reviewers); Ralf Klasing (president), Cyril Nicaud, Emmanuel Godard and Danièle Gardy. During my PhD, I belonged to the Mathematics and Computer Science Doctoral School (French: École Doctoral de Mathématiques et d'Informatique) of the University of Bordeaux. As part of my PhD contract, I taught at the Computer Science Department of the University Institute of Technology of Bordeaux for three academic years.
You can find my résumé here.
You might meet me at a nearby climbing gym very close to my office, but of course I'm also always ready if you're motivated to get out your best friends and climb some crags around Gothenburg. I used to climb regularly in the Marseille region. My level on natural rocks is about 6a/6a+ on sight for equipped (multi-pitches) routes.
I have coded a self-interpretor in the beautiful BF language which appears to be 2nd smallest known so far to my knowledge:
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I like to travel and to learn foreign languages.