Research

Short bio

I am interested in the algorithmic side of some hard problems (some slides in french here for a tentative explanation of it).

I am in LAMSADE since September 2012. Before that, I was PostDoc in Lehrstuhl Bioinformatik Jena. From october 2008 to september 2011, I was a PhD student in the AlgoB team of the Laboratoire d’Informatique Gaspard Monge (LIGM). I defended my thesis the september 30, 2011. It is called Aspects algorithmiques de la comparaison d’éléments biologiques (Algorithmics aspects of biological entities comparison). It’s written in french, but most of the results are in my publications. During my thesis, I was particularly interested in the Graph Motif problem, for which a (tentative) resume of definitions and result can be found here.

My publication list is here.

Science popularization...

This is also part of the mission of a french scientist, as stated here

Popularization papers

  1. La quête du Graal en informatique théorique et le chemin tortueux de la complexité paramétrée y menant
    Eun Jung Kim, Michail Lampis, Florian Sikora
    50 ans de recherche à Dauphine: Hier, aujourd'hui et demain, pp. 188-191, 2019.

Interventions

Some talks

(other talks are linked in my publication list)

Software

Admin

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PC Chair

PC

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PhD. Student

Thesis commitee

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