I did the essential part of my mathematical education at the Institut de Mathématiques d'Orsay, in the south of Paris. I passed by the ENS Saclay, where I obtained my agrégation (teaching diploma). I then followed a research master in mathematics applied to life sciences.
I did a Ph.D. in Topological Data Analysis, under the supervision of Frédéric Chazal and Marc Glisse, in the DataShape team (INRIA Saclay). I developed variations of persistent homology theory in order to solve topological inference problems.
I am now a post-doc at EMAp, pursuing my missions to develop and apply Topological Data Analysis.
Apart from doing math, I like teaching math (especially confronting young students with research), understanding the topology of the world around me, and doing capoeira.
Areas of interest:
- Persistent homology theory
- Combinatorics of simplicial complexes
- Real life applications of Topological Data Analysis