Jérôme Monnot sadly passed away in December 2019. This event is made to celebrate Jérôme's work.

Jérôme Monnot obtained his Ph.D. in computer sciences en 1998 and his habilitation in 2003, in Paris-Dauphine University. He was recruted as CNRS researcher in 2002 and promoted senior researcher in 2012. We was very dedicated in the LAMSADE life and more particulary in the CombinatoriaI optimization and Algorithmics team, whose he was the head for several years.

With more than 70 co-authors and in more than 100 papers, Jérôme gave great contributions in diverse fields of Theoretical Computer Sciences, including

  • Operational research and Combinatorial optimization
  • Polynomial approximation and complexity
  • Parameterized algorithms and complexity
  • Graph theory
  • Computational social choice
  • Algorithmic game theory
  • Multi-Objective optimization


For external members of Dauphine, "health pass" is required for assisting this event. See this page for more information.

Registration open to everyone and free (but mandatory), before the 22 of November 2021. Due to logistic constraint, the number of participants is limited to the first 70 persons.

Scientific talks

Collaborators, former students and close collegues will give scientific talks covering the various research topics of Jérôme, including Bruno EscoffierHenning FernauDimitris Fotakis, Jérôme Lang, Fanny Pascual, Bernard Ries and Dominique de Werra.

Organizing Comitee

Stéphane Airiau, Joyce El Haddad, Laurent Gourvès, Florian Sikora, Sonia Toubaline



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