About me

Since October 2021, I am a PhD student at Université Grenoble Alpes, in Grenoble’s Computer Science Laboratory (LIG). I am part of the POLARIS joint INRIA/LIG team, and advised by Patrick Loiseau and Bary Pradelski.

I hold an Engineering Degree in Applied Mathematics from Ecole Polytechnique, as well as a MSc in Optimization and Game Theory from Paris-Saclay University and Institut Polytechnique de Paris. Prior to that, I graduated with a BSc in General and Applied Mathematics from Claude Bernard Lyon 1 University. You can check here for my complete CV.

Latest News

May 8, 2022: My paper “Statistical Discrimination in Stable Matchings” has been accepted at the 23rd ACM Conference on Economics and Computation (Boulder, CO, USA; 11-15 July).

May 19, 2022: I will be presenting my work at the 33rd Stony Brook International Conference on Game Theory on July 18, 3:55pm EDT