I am an ISFP researcher (Inria Starting Faculty Position) at the INRIA Sophia-Antipolis centre in the I3S laboratory (since 2023).
I defended my PhD thesis in 2021 under the supervision of Leila Amgoud (CNRS - IRIT) on the subject of "Dealing with similarity in argumentation".
Then I did my first postdoctorate (2021-2022) at the CNAM (Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers) Paris, in the CEDRIC laboratory, with Nicolas Travers (ESILV) and Raphaël Fournier-S'niehotta (CNAM); and my second postdoctorate (2022-2023) at the University of Perugia in Italy with Stefano Bistarelli (UNIPG) and Francesco Santini (UNIPG).

My research focuses mainly on argumentation systems (with abstract or logically structured content, modelling and reasoning with similarity measures between logical arguments, modelling and reasoning with temporally uncertain information, and computational aspects of reasoning).
I work also with knowledge graphs, ontologies and Markov logic networks, for example to model and reason optimally (for the specific task of MAP inference) about temporally uncertain databases.
I am currently working on the completion of implicit reasoning and the detection of fallacious reasoning in argumentation.

Domains of research: Representation and Reasoning on Temporal/Inconsistent/Incomplete/Probabilistic Data, Argumentation, Logic, Explainability, Similarity Measure, Knowledge Graph, Neurosymbolic AI.