Antoine Amarilli is Associate Professor in Computer Science at Télécom Paris in the DIG team.
After obtaining the Parisian Master of Research in Computer Science (MPRI) from the École Normale Supérieure in 2012, he began his thesis at Télécom Paris on the subject “Leveraging the structure of uncertain data” under the supervision of Pierre Senellart. He obtained his PhD in computer science in March 2016, which was awarded the Télécom Paris PhD prize and a Beth Dissertation Award.
His research topics focus on theoretical computer science, and more specifically the theory of data management. He received the best paper award at the ICDT 2020 conference for his work A Dichotomy for Homomorphism-Closed Queries on Probabilistic Graphs and the best paper award at the ICALP 2021 track B conference for Dynamic Membership for Regular Languages. His research works and talks are available online. He served on the program committee of conferences such as ICALP 2022, STACS 2021, or AAAI 2021. He is a managing editor of TheoretiCS. In 2022, he was a local organizer for the conference Highlights of Logic, Games, and Automata.
He publishes a personal website and blog, and maintains the TCS4F initiative on the climate crisis and No free view? No review! on open access to scientific publications.