Paulin JACQUOT

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About me

Since september 2016, I am doing a PhD, jointly at EDF Lab and TROPICAL team, a joint project of INRIA Saclay and CMAP, located at École polytechnique. This Ph.D. thesis is directed by Stéphane Gaubert, head of TROPICAL team, and by both Nadia Oudjane and Olivier Beaude at EDF Lab, in the department OSIRIS "Optimization, SImulation, RIsk and Statistics" located in Saclay, France.


My research focuses on the mathematical aspects of the decentralization of the electric network. This topic includes efficiency and equilibrium analysis, Smart Grids, renewable energies, flexible demand management, and mixes the mathematical fields of optimization, operations research and game theory.


In May and June 2018, I visited Professor Alejandro Jofre in the Center for Mathematical Modeling (CMM) in Santiago, Chile.

I am a reviewer for IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid .

I was the co-organizer of the workshop on "Network, Population and Congestion Games", NPCG19 , that took place in IHP, Paris 5, on April 16-17, 2019.

FORTHCOMING SCHEDULED CONFERENCES: FGS September, 17-20th, Nice and IEEE 58th CDC, 11-13 December, also in Nice.

PhD Defense scheduled on December 5, 2019 at the Ecole polytechnique.

   

Previous work

  • I worked in 2016 with Artelys company, Paris, France, on several projects: optimizing the hydraulic energy stocks on a multinational scale, on the optimal trading strategy on European electricity markets of a productor of intermitent renewable energy and finally on the design and optimal operation of a water network (pooling problem) in the framework of the MINO Challenge that we won.
  • In 2015, I worked at University of California, Davis, US, with Professor David L. Woodruff and Professor Roger J.-B. Wets . We developed a multi-stage stochastic programming model for the unit-commitment problem for electricity production with renewable energies and uncertainties. We implement an efficient algorithm and and describe a method for creating adapted stochastic programming scenarios.

Publications

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  • Preprints:

  • Conference Proceedings (peer-reviewed):


  • Talks

  • Conferences:

    • Routing Game on Parallel Networks: the Convergence of Atomic to Nonatomic
      57th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC), December 17-19, 2018, Miami Beach, Florida, US.
    • Efficient Estimation of Equilibria of Large Congestion Games with Heterogenous Players (POSTER)
      CAESARS Advances in Modelling and Control for Power Systems of the Future, September 6, 2018, EDF Lab Saclay, France.
    • Analysis of a Routing Game Model for Demand Side Management.
      International Symposium on Mathematical Programming (ISMP), July 2-6, 2018, Bordeaux, France.
    • Fast Computation of Equilibria in Splittable Routing Games: Application to Electricity Demand Response (POSTER)
      Journées SMAI-MODE, March 28-30, 2018, Autrans, France.
    • Splittable Routing Congestion Games: Convergence of n-players Instances to a Nonatomic Instance
      PGMO days'17, November 13-14, 2017, EDF Lab Saclay, France.
    • Demand Response in the Smart Grid: the Impact of Consumers Temporal Preferences
      IEEE SmartGridComm17, October 23-26, 2017, Dresden, Germany.
    • Demand Side Management in the Smart Grid: an Efficiency and Fairness Tradeoff.
      IEEE Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT) Europe, IEEE PES, September, 26-29, 2017, Torino, Italy.
    • Efficiency of Game-Theoretic Energy Consumption in the Smart Grid.
      SING13, July, 5-7, 2017, Paris, France.
    • An Efficient Algorithm for the Pooling Problem.
      ROADEF 2017, February 22-24, 2017, Metz, France.
    • MILP and NLP relaxations for the Pooling Problem.
      Mixed Integer Nonlinear Optimization Meeting 2016, October 10-11, 2016, Bologna, Italy.
      I gave a talk on the algorithm developed and with which we won the MINO challenge.
  • Seminars:

    • A Privacy-preserving Disaggregation Algorithm based on Alternate Projections Method for Non-intrusive Management of Flexible Energy
      ECal group seminar, March 11, 2019, UC Berkeley, California (USA).
      Also given in Netlab group seminar, March 22, 2019, California Institute of Technology, California (USA).
    • Optimizing Electricity Consumers Flexibilities in the Smart Grid: A Game Theoretic Model
      Seminar Optimization and Equilibrium, May 16, 2018, Centro de Modelamiento Mathematico, Santiago, Chile.
    • A Game-theoretic Model for Demand Response: Analysis, Implementation and Challenges.
      UK center - EDF Lab Joint Seminar, January 6, 2018, EDF Lab Saclay, France.
    • Exploiting consumers flexibilities via a Demand Response mecanism: Decentralized Nash Computation.
      Optimization Network, June 30, 2017, EDF Lab Saclay, France.
    • Demand Response and Dynamic Pricing in the Smart Grid: Efficiency, Fairness and Robustness.
      Tarification Seminar, June 29, 2017, EDF Lab Saclay, France.
    • Demand Response: Congestion in the Electricity Network.
      CIGNE2017 Summer School on Network Theory, June 23, 2017, Roscoff, France.
    • Efficiency of Game-Theoretic Energy Consumption in the Smart Grid.
      Paris Game Theory Ph.D. Seminar , March 27, 2017, Paris, France.

    Teaching

    • Théorie des jeux et stratégie de l'entreprise , université Paris II Panthéon-Assas, avec Christine Halmenshlager, teaching assistant.
      2016 (Oct. to Dec.).
    • Théorie des jeux et stratégie de l'entreprise , université Paris II Panthéon-Assas, avec Christine Halmenshlager, teaching assistant.
      2017 (Oct. to Dec.).

    Curriculum Vitae

    You can download a PDF version of my CV (English) here (long version with publications) or here (one page short version). Last update: April 2019.

     


    Contact

    Paulin Jacquot
    CMAP
    École polytechnique
    91128 Palaiseau Cedex, France

    Email: firstname.lastname at polytechnique.edu