I am Professor in University Paris 6 and researcher in LIP6, NPA team. Previously, I was associate professor in University Paris 6 (2006-2012) and University Rennes 1 (2001-2006) and researcher in LIP6 and IRISA, REGAL and ADEPT teams respectively. I received my Phd in 2000 from University Paris-Sud (Paris 11) and my HDR in 2010 from University Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris 6)
I currently study self*(self-organizing, self-healing and self-stabilizing) static and dynamic distributed systems (e.g. P2P, sensors and robot networks). I am interested in designing and proving the correctness of fundamental building blocks for these systems. I focus in particular the conception of communication primitives such as publish/subscribe, the design of distributed self* overlays (spanning trees, Steiner Trees, MST, R-trees etc), the coherence problems, the resource allocation and also the agreement problems. Recently, I started the study of complex faults and attacks in dynamic distributed systems.