I am an assistant professor at Université Toulouse 1 Capitole (France) and I am affiliated to the Institut de Recherche Informatique de Toulouse (IRIT), where I am part of the LILaC team.

I do research in Computational Social Choice, a research field at the interface between artificial intelligence and economic theory, with special focus on judgment aggregation, game theoretic models of voting, and social choice on social networks.

Here is a list of some of my current activities:

Students interested in writing their master thesis at the University of Toulouse are always welcome to make contact, we are typically able to reimburse travel expenses and accommodation for 5 months (February-June). PhD scolarships at IRIT are allocated every year in June, if interested make contact in March/April.

For more information about my research interests consult my publications or my Google Scholar profile.