Bernard Ries

Associate Professor
Member of LAMSADE
Research Team: Combinatorial Optimization, Algorithms, Data
Université Paris Dauphine

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I obtained my M.Sc. in 2004 at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland. I finished my PhD thesis in 2007 at the same Institute. My PhD advisor was Prof. Dominique de Werra. In 2008-2009, I was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Columbia University, New York, in the Department of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research. In 2009-2010, I was an Assistant Professor in the Centre for Discrete Mathematics and its Applications (DIMAP) at the University of Warwick. I was also member of the Operational Research and Management Sciences group (ORMS) at Warwick Business School. Since September 2010, I am an Associate Professor at the Université Paris Dauphine in the LAMSADE laboratory. I have been an invited researcher at several Universities: CNAM (Paris, France), Memorial University (St. John's, Canada), Kadir Has University (Istanbul, Turkey), University of Haifa (Haifa, Israel), University of Warsaw (Warsaw, Poland), Université de Montréal (Montreal, Canada), Durham University (Durham, UK) and Gdansk University of Technology (Gdansk, Poland).

Since August 1st 2012, I am an invited researcher at the University of Luxembourg in the Computer Science and Communication Research Unit within the project GDRI ALGODEC .

A detailed CV can be found here.


Structural and Algorithmic Graph Theory, Combinatorial Optimization, Complexity Theory


Bernard Ries
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