I studied computer science at Université d'Artois, Lens (France) where I obtained my Bachelor degree (2012) and my Master degree (2014). Afterwards, I worked as a PhD student at the Centre de Recherche en Informatique de Lens (CRIL Laboratory, Research Centre in Informatics in Lens, Artois University, France). My Ph.D. on the topic Ranking-based semantics for Abstract Argumentation has been supervised by Élise Bonzon (LIPADE), Sébastien Konieczny (CRIL) and Nicolas Maudet (LIP6) and has been funded by the project ANR AMANDE (Advanced Multilateral Argumentation for DEliberation). I defended my thesis in December 2017. Since September 2017, I am Assistant Lecturer (ATER) at the University Institute of Technology of Lens.


International Conference Papers with Proceedings

National Conference Papers

Thesis / Research reports


Some teachings done in the Institute of Technology of Lens as teaching assistant.
  • Algorithmic and Programmation Algorithm C++
  • Conception of Documents and Digital Interfaces Open Office Microsoft Office Latex HTML CSS Bootstrap
  • Data Structures and Fundamental Algorithms Algorithm Python
  • Databases SQL
  • Introduction to Human–computer interaction
  • Object Oriented Design Java
  • Operating systems Linux Shell C++