From 2000 to 2004, as Teaching Assistant and then as Assistant Professor at the Science and Technology Institute of the UVHC, I was involved in the teaching activities of several programs (Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Computer Science, Master's degree in Electronic and Computer Engineering). Mainly, I taught tutorials and practical works on Computer Science and Decision-Making (Algorithms, C and Ada Programming, Graphs, Operations Research, …).
Since 2005, as Associate Professor at the École Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne, I have taught in several programs (Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Engineering and Management, Master of Science in Industrial Engineering, Continuing Education in Industrial Engineering). My courses, tutorials and practical works are related to three main fields:
A significant part of my teaching activity has been related to the creation in 2006 and the management of a program on Decision-Making in Industry, which is carried out by 15 academics and industrials for 30 students per year. The objective of this program is to teach models and software tools to support Decision-Making on industrial systems involving discrete events or quantities. The originality of this program is to emphasize the complementarity of various Operations Research methods, and to illustrate it with practical cases.