My research interests revolve around game theory and statistical learning and their interactions, in particular in the context of security, privacy and ethics of online systems and algorithms. My main current interests are:
In the past, I also worked on causal methods and their applications to networking, cyberinsurance, scheduling and pricing of resources in clouds and smart grids, large deviations and applications to network traffic and to heart-rate modeling, long-range dependence and heavy-tails, and statistical estimation under sampling.
My research is generously funded by ANR, DGA, Inria, IDEX UGA, Grenoble INP, Nokia Bell Labs, Naver Labs, and MIAI@Grenoble Alpes. In the past, I was fortunate to also receive funding from the France-Berkeley fund, Symantec, the Labex UCN@Sophia, SAP Research, Institut Mines Telecom, the Data Transparency lab and the Alexander von Humboldt foundation.
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