Dr Anaëlle Wilczynski

Assistant Professor at CentraleSupélec

Anaëlle Wilczynski is an assistant professor in Computer Science since September 2020 in the engineering school CentraleSupélec, which is part of Université Paris-Saclay. More precisely, she belongs to the LOGIMICS team (Formal methods in computer science and knowledge modelling) of the MICS laboratory in CentraleSupélec. From February 2019 to August 2020, she was a postdoc researcher at Fakultät für Informatik in Technische Universität München in Munich within the team of Felix Brandt. From October 2015 to December 2018, she did a PhD in Computer Science at LAMSADE in Université Paris Dauphine, under the supervision of Laurent Gourvès and Julien Lesca. Her PhD thesis deals with strategic voting and resource allocation problems where the possibility of interaction among agents is determined by a social network.

Her research field is Computational Social Choice, a subfield of Artificial Intelligence which investigates algorithmic issues of collective decision making. Her main focus is on analyzing interactions among agents and the strategic behaviour of agents in collective decision making. Among the collective decision problems that she studies, one can cite in particular strategic voting, fair allocation of indivisible goods and coalition formation games. These research questions lie at the intersection of algorithmic game theory and multi-agent systems, and use tools from theoretical computer science, such as mathematical logic, graph theory or complexity theory.