Sylvain Bouveret's web page
Assistant Professor in computer science / artificial intelligence
I am currently (since September 2011) Assistant Professor, doing my research in STeamer team
at the Grenoble Informatics Laboratory, and teaching at Ensimag, Grenoble-INP.
My main topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
- Computational social choice
- Geographic Information Systems (SIG)
- Fair (equitable) resource allocation
- Voting theory and information visualization
- Constraint programming, combinatorial optimization
- Mathematical logic for modeling
- Computational complexity
- Preference modeling
My publications in journals, conferences and workshops, by type and year
Slides of some of my talks.
A link to my PhD thesis and to the slides presented during my defense (for french speakers). Non-french speakers will find a short summary in english.
A web interface for making polls and illustrating several classical voting procedures:
Some global constraints implemented with Choco
during my PhD: a sorting constraint, a leximin constraint and a cardinality constraint.
A list of courses and experimental works I am or have been involved in (in french).
GNU / Linux
Some artwork realized during my idle hours: themes for KDE
, wallpapers, and other things like that.