Matthias FÜGGER

Full-time Researcher, CNRS

Matthias FÜGGER
CNRS, LMF, ENS Paris-Saclay, Université Paris-Saclay, Inria
Laboratoire Méthodes Formelles (LMF)
LMF, ENS Paris-Saclay
4, avenue des Sciences
91190 Gif-sur-Yvette, France.
mfuegger (at) lsv DOT fr
Room / Tel
2S60 / +33 1 8187 5433


My main research interest is the study of the fundamentals of computationally extremely restricted distributed devices (engineered or models of existing physical or biological systems). Restrictions are typically with respect to memory, communication, complexity of state transitions, etc. I work on:
Open positions:
If you are interested in joining research as an Intern, PhD, or PostDoc, please contact me. In particular we are hiring in the DREAMY project!

Below is a list of PhD projects for which we are are looking for excellent candidates. Candidates will be interviewed and prepared for a competitive grant. If you are interested, please get in touch with us.
  • [filled] Deep reinforcement learning for distributed systems: pdf, web
    Thesis start: 01-10-2022
    Contact at latest by: 16-05-2022
  • [open] Distributed algorithms for semi-solid environments pdf, web
    Thesis start: 01-10-2022
    Contact at latest by: 16-05-2022
  • [open] Circuits that need time to switch pdf, web
    Thesis start: 01-10-2022
    Contact at latest by: 16-05-2022


Teaching, Thesis, and Internships

Winter 2021:

Thesis and Internships: If you are interested in writing a Bachelor/Master/PhD thesis or making an internship in one of the above research topics write me a short mail including your current status and topic of interest.

Internship projects for TU Wien Bachelor with Honors students: please see here for further information.

Teaching in previous years:




Habilitation thesis at Université Paris-Saclay. Computing at the border of abstractions: the power of timed, non-binary, distributed circuits. Jan 6, 2022.


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Personal links

Page of Sophie Leroy who works as a Chiropractor, combining different techniques including DNS, ART, and movement in Paris.

Page of my sister Johanna Függer-Vagts who works at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin on art history.