My research lies on the intersection of combinatorial optimization, polyhedral geometry, and applied graph theory. It is based on the study of high-dimensional objects, which are derived from geometric modeling techniques for practical problems arising in clustering or transportation. The properties of these objects contain information about the combinatorial structure of the problems, and are the basis of optimization algorithms for the analysis of big data.
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