Since 2012 I participate in the RACE project at the Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford. RACE is a five-year ERC Advanced Grant (prof. Michael Wooldridge is the principal investigator) aimed at developing the techniques required to understand, model, and analyse the equilibrium properties of game-like distributed systems. RACE stands for "Reasoning About Computational Economies".


University of Southampton (United Kingdom)

Research Fellow, School of Electronics and Computer Science, working with Nicholas R. Jennings for the project BAE Systems-EPSCR project: “Autonomous Learning Agents for Decentralised Data and Information Networks” (2009-2011).

University of Liverpool (United Kingdom)

Research Fellow, Computer Science Department, working with Michael Wooldridge and Peter McBurney for the EPSCR project: "Market Based Control of Complex Computational Systems" (2006-2009).

University of Antwerp (Belgium)

Research Assistant, Faculty of Applied Economics working with Joseph Plasmans and Jacob Engwerda (University of Tilburg) for the Flemish Science Foundation project: "Endogenous Coalition Formation in a European Stabilization Policy Setting: Feasibility and Effects" (2003-2006).

National Bank of Belgium (Belgium)

Investigator in a research project: “Price and wage rigidities in an open economy” (2005-2006).