I am an associate professor (maitre de conférences HDR) 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.

A list of some of my current activities:

  • Take a look at our participation platforms Brazucracia.org on the Brazil 2022 election and MonProgramme2022.org on the French 2022 presidential elections
  • ANR JCJC Project Social Choice on Social Networks (SCONE)
  • ANR project on "An Auction Language for General Auction Players" (AGAPE)
  • A platform to organise online iterative elections: Itero
  • International Master on Innovative Information Systems at the University of Toulouse

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.