Laurent Feuilloley

CNRS junior researcher (Chargé de recherche)

office: 12.027, Nautibus building, La Doua campus.

Research interests: Algorithms and graphs.

Page en français


See also: old news.

Activities and links

Brief bio

I'm a junior CNRS researcher (Chargé de recherche) at LIRIS, University of Lyon, since October 2022. Before that I have been a postdoc in various places: at LIRIS working with Nicolas Bousquet, at Universidad de Chile working with José Correa; and at LIP6 Sorbonne University, working with Franck Petit. I got my PhD at IRIF, Université Paris 7 in 2018, under the supervision of Pierre Fraigniaud.
→ See my CV and my ORCID.


→ See my list of publications : by year · by topic.
→ See also DBLP · Google Scholar .


I have served in the PC of DISC 2022, Algotel 2022, SSS 2021, and OPODIS 2020.
For reviews → see my review page.
I am part of the Gilles Kahn award committee (2022).


Up-coming talks: For past talks → see my list of talks.


I organize the bimonthly graph@Lyon meetings.
I am the chair of ADGA 2023. I have co-organized the Fraigniaud workshop in 2022, and the DARe workshops at PODC in 2021 and 2022.


I have a research blog, Discrete Notes.


This semester I teach in the Algorithms for optimization course (M1, University of Lyon).
For past teaching → see my teaching page (in French).

Scientific mediation

Current activities: Once a month, mediation of the AI exhibition at the house of maths and CS in Lyon (Website in French). Also once a month: meeting with middle school students for small research projects (Maths en jean project ; website in French).
For past mediation activities → see my full CV.

This webpage style is inspired by the one of Jukka Suomela.