I am a permanent CNRS researcher in Mathematics at CEREMADE, Paris Dauphine University. I currently work on long term continuous-time dynamic games (stochastic games, differential games).
I did my PhD in Applied Mathematics at GREMAQ lab of the Toulouse School of Economics, under the supervision of Jerôme Renault.
My PhD topic was the study of long term equilibrium in dynamic games (awarded with the PGMO prize). I defended in September 2015. Here are my thesis and my CV.
I gave the Lloyd Shapley Lecture at the Fifth World Congress of the Game Theory Society (July 2016).
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