I am an associate professor (Maître de conférences in French) in computer science at the University of Toulouse 1 in France, member of the IRIT group Logic, Interaction, Language and Computation (LILaC).
My research interests mainly concern argumentation-based reasoning. I currently focus on modelling and computational aspects of:
I teach databases, web design, algorithmics and programming, in the faculties of Economics, Management, and Computer Science. I also recently taught a research-oriented course on Argumentation Dynamics at the European Agent Systems Summer School. See teaching to know more.
I am a member of the University of Toulouse 1 Research Committee, and of the Faculty of Computer Science Council. See admin to know more about administrative and other responsibilities.
I have been in the current position since 2005. See CV to know more about my past positions.