alexis.baudin (at) lip6.fr
4 Place Jussieu, Paris
I am a PhD student in the Complex Networks team at Lip6, Sorbonne Université, CNRS since 2020. My PhD is supervised by Clémence Magnien and Lionel Tabourier.
I am currently working on graph algorithms, applied to massive real-world networks. I also study temporal graphs, with the link stream formalism, which allows to combine structural and temporal aspects of a dataset, taking into account the continuous aspect of time.
Before my PhD, I graduated from ENS Paris-Saclay and Sorbonne Université with a master in computer science research and software technology.
I am interested in interdisciplinary work. I have done various works in bioinformatics, and I am particularly interested in using the rich formalism of graphs for biological studies that involve complex interactions.