Marc Heinrich


University of Leeds,
School of Computing,
Office 7.14, E.C. Stoner Building
Leeds LS2 9JT - United Kingdom




I am currently a postoc in the research group Algorithms and Complexity at the University of Leeds.
I did my PhD in Lyon on the topic of reconfiguration and combinatorial games, under the supervision of Eric DuchĂȘne, Sylvain Gravier and Nicolas Bousquet. The manuscript can be found here, and the slides of the defense are here.
My research is focused on algorithms, and in particular problems related to graphs and their complexity. I am also interested in combinatorial games, reconfiguration problems as well as counting problems.

I am part of the ANR project GAG on combinatorial games and graphs, and the ANR project GrR on graph reconfiguration.