Web data management, distributed query optimization, Linked Data, crowdsourcing
BiographyMy research involves finding efficient ways to represent and query Web data.
I hold a PhD from the Université Paris-Sud and Inria Saclay (Orsay, France),
where I was part of the Ladhak/OAK teams,
under the supervision of François Goasdoué and Ioana Manolescu.
Before joining AIST, I was a PostDoc at Oxford University, where I worked on query answering under access restrictions and constraints with Michael Benedikt and Efthymia Tsamoura.
In a previous life, I also worked as a developer and consultant on various topics ranging from machine translation to enterprise data integration.
Program committees and review boards
- AAAI ( 2018 )
- CIKM ( 2014, 2015, 2016 )
- SSDBM ( 2014, 2016 )
- SIGMOD 2017
- Transactions on Big Data
- VLDB 2017
- VLDB Journal
From 2010 to 2014, I have been mentoring and teaching the following topics:
At IUT d'Orsay, Université Paris-Sud (2010-2013):UNIX systems administration, advanced relational databases administration (Oracle 9i), algorithms for computer graphics (C++), programming with GUIs (Visual Studio 2010, VB.NET), Object-Oriented Programming (Java), undergrade and grade student project supervision.
At Oxford University (2014):Database Theory, Requirements Engineering.