Laurent Feuilloley

PhD student. My advisor is Pierre Fraigniaud


Email: feuilloley 'at'
Phone: +33 1 57 27 94 08
Office: 3010 Bâtiment Sophie Germain, 8 place Aurélie Nemours 75013 Paris
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Groups: Systèmes complexes, réseaux, calcul distribué, Théorie et algorithmique des graphes, GANG

Page en français


  • A talk for the ANR Descartes meeting at IRIF, on 28th March. The slides.
  • New paper on ArXiv : Local verification of global proofs with Juho Hirvonen.
  • I gave a talk on my PhD results at the DELYS LIP6 seminar in Sorbonne University, on the 20th March. The slides.
  • A new paper on ArXiv : Redundancy in Distributed Proofs with Pierre Fraigniaud, Juho Hirvonen, Ami Paz et Mor Perry.
  • First half of a series of blog posts on Semidoc, about the talk of the GT CoA meeting (post 1, 2, 3 and 4).
  • Helsinki February Workshop 2018: Theory of Distributed Computing.
  • Research

    I am interested in algorithms in general and my PhD is about the notion of locality in distributed computing.

    Before, I did various internships: in bioinformatics with Marie-France Sagot, in geometric combinatorial optimisation with José Correa, in distributed computing with Jukka Suomela and in approximation algorithms with Ola Svensson.

    I am the co-organizer of the PhD seminar of the IRIF, and I take care of the associated blog: Semidoc.


    Every paper has its own small webpage, that you can access by clicking on the title. It contains among other things, the precise reference, the abstract, the slides, and links to the different versions.





    If you have questions or comments about these papers, do not hesitate to send me an email.


    Past events