I received my PhD in mathematics and computer science fom the University of Grenoble Alpes (France), in the G-Scop laboratory. I am currently a post-doc in the Department of Computer Science at Wilfrid Laurier University.
My research, in graph theory, focuses on structural graphs theory and on the coloring problem. I am particularly interested in hereditary classes of graphs.
I taught graph theory, introduction to programming and introduction to Operations Research at the University of Grenoble Alpes, at the Department of Science and Technology (DLST) and at the UFR of Computer Science, Mathematics and Applied Mathematics of Grenoble (IM2AG).
M. Preissmann, C. Robin, and N. Trotignon. On the Complexity of Colouring Antiprismatic Graphs
L. Cook, J. Horsfield, M. Preissmann, C Robin, P. Seymour, N. Sintiari, N. Trotignon, and K. Vušković. Graphs with all holes the same length. Submited: Journal of Combinatorial théorie, Series B.
Cleophee Robin. Hereditary classes of graphs: from structure to coloring. Theses, Université Grenoble Alpes, October 2021.