I am a Professor in Computer Science at Sorbonne University, campus Pierre et Marie Curie (aka Paris-6), head of the multiagent systems team, as part of the AI and data science axis of LIP6.

My main research interests are artificial intelligence and multiagent systems, and concern various aspects of collective (and often distributed) decision making. Current topics of interest: computational social choice (in particular fair division), argumentation-based reasoning and interaction; and explanation in the context of decision-aiding. More details can be found in the research section.

Pour une loi de programmation pluriannuelle de la recherche digne de ce nom: postes pérennes, crédits récurrents, suppression de la bureaucratie et réinstitution des libertés académiques.