My main areas of research are **combinatorial optimization** and **graph theory**, and in particular **integer multicommodity flows**. I am also interested in discrete geometry and problems involving graph metrics.

- The tableau, a survey on integer multicommodity flow problems, joint work with András Sebő.
- Notes on the multicommodity flow problem (work in progress). Mostly notes to myself.
- Matching theory (work in progress). A skeleton of a course about matchings.

Most of the slides of my presentations can be found on my publication's list. The other presentations are listed below.

- Edge-disjoint paths in bounded treewidth graphs. A talk about approximation of the edge-disjoint paths problem in bounded treewidth graphs, when a constant congestion is allowed, joint work with Chandra Chekuri and Bruce Shepherd (2011).
- Polyhedral combinatorics linking tours, scattering sets and multiway cuts (an older version in French). About the problem of finding a shortest tour (see above), joint work with Vincent Jost (2009).

- Méthodes avancées pour l'optimisation combinatoire. A transcript of a doctoral course given by Yann Kieffer in Grenoble (2010).
- Accessibilité dans les automates temporisés à deux horloges. My master thesis, about the reachability problem in two-clock timed automata (2006).