Jean-François Baffier is an academic researcher at the RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project (AIP), and a consultant in Artificial Intelligence, Big Data Science, Data Structures, and Algorithms. As an academic, he gives back to society through fundamental research in computer science supplemented by open source libraries and softwares.

Jean-François graduated Master course at University Paris-Sud and got his Ph.D. from the University of Tokyo. He was a member of the ERATO Kawarabayashi Large Project in Tokyo and Sendai, and a JSPS-CNRS research fellow hosted at the Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan). He also was a JFLI member from October 2011 to August 2018.

His current research project involves the study of the “Analysis of information networks,” the “Smart compression for high-scalability of data structures,” and “Explainable Artificial Intelligence.” Other topic of interest covers modeling of failures and routing in Networks, Game Analysis, and AI for Games.

Jean-François implemented the StaticWebPages.jl package to generate this website using a simple content file. Stay tuned for more softwares related to the Modern Academics project.

Compressed Stack Flow of Knowledge


  • 2020 current


    Data Science and Optimization

  • 2019 current

    Postdoctoral Researcher

    RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence (AIP)

  • 2017 2019

    International Research Fellow

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (hosted at the Tokyo Institute of Technology)

  • 2015 2017

    Postdoctoral Researcher

    National Institute of Informatics (JST-ERATO Kawarabayashi Large Graph Project)

  • 2012 2014

    Teaching Assistant

    The University of Tokyo

  • 2009 2010

    Mathematics Teacher

    Junior High-School (French Ministry of Education)


  • Ph.D. 2015

    Ph.D. of Information Science

    The University of Tokyo

  • M.Sc. 2011

    Master of Science (Informatics)

    Paris-Sud University

  • 2008 2009

    Visiting Master Student

    Paris-Diderot University

  • B.Sc. 2007

    Bachelor of Informatics-Mathematics

    Paris-Sud University

  • 2003 2005

    Higher School Preparatory Classes (Sciences)

    École nationale de chimie physique et biologie de Paris (ENCPB)

  • Bac. 2003

    Baccalauréat of Science

    Lycée Louis-le-Grand