My research interests are in the fields of analysis of algorithms and its applications (databases, ...), with an interest in analytic combinatorics. I have also found urn models very useful for modeling a number of situations. My most recent interest is on probability distributions for Boolean functions.You can find much more information on the analysis of algorithms here and on the french group Alea there .
You can find here my list of publications and the sources of some recent papers .
I have organized the First
Colloquium on Mathematics and Computer Science
which took place at Versailles in September 2000 (in collaboration
with A. Mokkadem
, professor of Mathematics at Versailles) and the second
with B. Chauvin
(professor of Mathematics at Versailles), again in Versailles in September
I was a member of the scientific committee of the Third Colloquium (Wien, Austria, September 2004) and of the Fourth Colloquium (Nancy, France, September 2006).
B. Chauvin and I have also organized the Journees Alea'03 at Marseille (CIRM) in February 2003.
I am a regular participant of the Journees Arbres organized by the Mathematics department.
I teach basic programming and algorithms at the Department
of Computer Science of the