# About me

For several years now, I have been a (wandering) researcher in graph theory and algorithms.

Since March 2019, I am a teaching assistant at Université d'Orléans, France, affiliated to the LIFO laboratory.

From January 2015 to February 2016 and from January to December 2018 I was a postdoc researcher at the LIMOS, under the supervision of Laurent Beaudou and then Lhouari Nourine.

From January to December 2014, I was a postdoc researcher at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa (under the supervision of Mike Henning). I was also partly staying at the LAMSADE, Université Paris-Dauphine, France.

From February to December 2013, I was a postdoc researcher at the Universitat Polytècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain (under the supervision of Camino Balbuena and Oriol Serra).

From September 2009 to December 2012, I was a PhD student and teaching assistant at the LaBRI in Bordeaux 1 University, France. My advisors were Ralf Klasing and André Raspaud, and the title of my thesis is "Combinatorial and algorithmic aspects of identifying codes in graphs". This research has been part of the ANR project IDEA (Identifying coDes in Evolving grAphs, 2009-2012). My thesis defense took place on December 10th, 2012. The manuscript can be found here.

# Research interests

My research is in graph theory and graph algorithms. My favorite graph problems are graph domination, graph identification problems (in particular identifying codes and metric dimension) and graph homomorphisms. I am interested both in structural aspects and the algorithmic complexity of such graph problems. Since 2018, I also investigate some connections between graph homomorphisms, CSPs, automata theory and databases.