During my Master internship I studied Reinforcement Learning & Artificial Intelligence together with Jacques Malenfant and Olga Melekhova from Paris 6 University.
I defended my PhD thesis on December 2014 in under the supervision of Clémence Magnien (Paris 6 University). In my PhD thesis I have studied the Internet topology dynamics from network (graph) theoretical and statistical points of view.
Then, I had a temporary teaching and research postion at Université de Bourgogne (Dijon, France) where I did Discrete Mathematics (mostly Combinatorics) together with Jean-luc Baril, Armen Petrossian, and Vincent Vajnovszki. During this period I also worked in the areas of Social Network Analysis: together with Eric Leclercq, Marinette Savonnet, Nadine Cullot, Thierry Grison, Elisabeth Gavignet, Lobna Azaza, Ian Basaille, Alexander Frame and Tatiana Kondrashova we analysed massive amounts of tweeter’s data and its dynamics.
Almost 700 hours of various CS courses. Find details here.
10 International Journals articles and 7 Peer-Reviewed International Conferences. See my publications page for details.
Descent distribution on Catalan words avoiding a pattern of length at most three .pdf
Discrete Mathematics, Volume 341, Issue 9, September 2018
Jean-luc Baril, Sergey Kirgizov and Vincent Vajnovszki
From 26-30 June 2017 I was in Iceland, presenting our poster about Forests and pattern avoiding permutations modulo pure descents in Permutation Patterns Conference at Reykjavik University.
Our paper intitled Un observatoire pour la modélisation et l’analyse des réseaux multi-relationnels. Une application à l'étude du discours politique sur Twitter .htm written together with Ian Basaille, Eric Leclercq, Marinette Savonnet, Nadine Cullot, Thierry Grison and Elisabeth Gavignet is publised in Document Numérique 20(1): 101-136 (2017)
Forests and pattern avoiding permutations modulo pure descents submitted-preprint.pdf
will appear in Pure Mathematics and Applications (PUMA)
June 2017, Jean-luc Baril, Sergey Kirgizov and Armen Petrossian
Patterns in treeshelves .pdf
Is publised in Discrete Mathematics, Volume 340, Issue 12, December 2017, Pages 2946-2954
Nov 2016, Jean-luc Baril, Sergey Kirgizov and Vincent Vajnovszki
Talk Densité temporelle des réseaux complexes: détection et visualisation de l'évolution de la structure ego-communautaire
Séminaire, Le Havre, 23 Mars 2017. Slides
Talk "Patterns in treeshelves"
Séminaire ALGO, Caen, 28 Février, 2017. Slides
Séminaire Le2i "Combinatoire, Réseaux et Sciences des Données", Dijon, 14 Février, 2017. Slides
Our paper about reinforcement learning for autonomic resource allocation in clouds was re-presented by Muthu Karunarathna in series of students seminars organised by Eiko Yoneki in the Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge. The original paper was presented at Seventh International Conference on Autonomic and Autonomous Systems, ICAS 2011 and received a Best Paper Award.
Me and "The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences" founded by Sloane
almost 50 entries!
Packing coloring and subsets preserving path distance
Nicolas Gastineau, Benjamin Gras, Sergey Kirgizov, Mahmoud Omidvar
Les 18es Journées Graphes et Algorithmes, Paris, 16-18 Novembre, 2016
Award winning Start-Up Cloud Application for Data Mining, that was invented by Sergey Zhilin (Altai State University, Russia) in 2010. I participated in a developing of Workflow model, Workflow Calculation Manager, and in various infrastructure works.
Author of Papersᵞ — discussing (and publishing) board for scientific papers
Reviewer for GASCom 2018, ALGOTEL 2015, IEEE Communications Letters, CompleNet, Internationa Journal of Computer Mathematics
Principal participant of PEPS MoMIS SEISME project — "Graph-Streaming pour l’etude de la dynamique des sphères politiques et mediatiques"
Member of the organisation committee of
Supervision of research trainee: L3 student of ENS Lyon
I was the technical administrator of ComplexNetworks team’s website
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