I am a F.R.S.-FNRS Research Fellow doing my PhD in Computer Science at Université Libre de Bruxelles. I am a member of the Graphs and Mathematical Optimisation (GOM) workgroup.
My research interests lie amongst others in network optimisation, mixed-integer linear and nonlinear programming, combinatorial optimisation and bilevel optimisation.
My PhD project involves the optimisation of gas networks in the deregulated European entry-exit market system.
- Thesis: “Analysis of a Problem in Product Pricing”,
- Supervisor: Prof. Martine Labbé
- Awarded with highest honours and jury’s congratulations
- network optimisation
- mixed-integer linear and nonlinear programming
- combinatorial optimisation
- bilevel optimisation
- There’s No Free Lunch: On the Hardness of Choosing a Correct Big-M in Bilevel Optimization
jointly with Thomas Kleinert, Martine Labbé, and Martin Schmidt
Accepted for publication (8/2019) in Operations Research
Preprint (4/2019; last update: 8/2019): Optimization Online
- Bookings in the European Gas Market: Characterisation of Feasibility and Computational Complexity Results
jointly with Martine Labbé and Martin Schmidt
In: Optimization and Engineering. 2019. Online First. DOI: 10.1007/s11081-019-09447-0
Preprint (12/2018; last update 6/2019): Optimization Online
- A note on an induced subgraph characterization of domination perfect graphs
jointly with Eglantine Camby
In: Discrete Applied Mathematics. 2017. 217(3). Pages 711-717. DOI: 10.1016/j.dam.2016.09.040
- Analysis of a Problem in Product Pricing
Master’s thesis, Mathematics Department,
Université Libre de Bruxelles