Graduate School and Research Center in Digital Sciences


Eurecom - Data Science 
Assistant professor ( 2016 - 1970)


Current research topics

  • Game theory
  • Network economics
  • Economics of security and privacy
  • Pricing and control in smart grids
  • Cloud resource pricing and allocation
  • Statistical learning with competing agents
  • Network performance analysis

Current research interests

  • Patrick Loiseau's main research interests are in the areas of probability, statistics and game theory with applications to networks modeling.
  • He is particularly interested in network economics, game theory and statistical learning for security and privacy, cloud resources pricing and scheduling, pricing in smart grids and network performance evaluation.
  • He has also worked on large deviations and their application to network traffic modeling and heart-rate modeling.

Current research memberships

  • Patrick Loiseau was a visiting researcher at the University of Waterloo in October 2010, at the University of California, Berkeley in 2011 and summer 2012 and at Max Planck Institute for Software Systems in summer 2014.
  • He is regularly invited to serve as a committee member for technical conferences (ACM SIGMETRICS, etc.) and as a reviewer for journals (IEEE Transactions on Networking, Operation Research, Stochastic Models, etc.).
  • He has been PC chair of NetEcon since 2012 and he is the chair of the steering committee since 2013. 

Selected publications



  • Best Student Demonstration award at ACM Sigmetrics/Performance 2009, for the demo "Automated traffic measurements and analysis in Grid'5000", with Romaric Guillier, Oana Goga, Matthieu Imbert, Paulo Goncalves and Pascale Vicat-Blanc Primet.