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, argumentation-based reasoning and interaction; and explanation in the context of decision-aiding. More details can be found in the research section.
I am co-head of the ANDROIDE (Artificial Intelligence, Operational Research, Decision, Interaction, Robotics and Agents) Master program.
- Final Workshop of our ANR project AMANDE co-located with Argument Strength (Toulouse, 10-12 April)
- Invited talk at the European Conference on Multi-agent Systems (Evry, December 2017)
- The Handbook on Computational Social Choice is out and freely available here
- Inscrivez-vous au nouveau pre-GrD IA (Aspects Formels et Algorithmiques de l'I.A.)