PhD Student at CNRS and University Gustave Eiffel.


My research interests mainly focus on the understanding of a major challenge in theoretical ecology: the diversity of species and the complexity of their interactions. The system’s complexity requires mathematical modelisation. The aim of my thesis is the development of a quantitative analysis of large Lotka Volterra model based on the random matrix theory.

I’m currently a PhD Student under the supervision of Jamal Najim (CNRS, Gustave Eiffel University) and François Massol (CIIL, CNRS, Lille University). I received a Master in Probability and Finance from Sorbonne University.

Research Interests:

  • Applied mathematics

  • Species coexistence

  • Metacommunities

  • Random matrices


  • PhD in Applied Mathematics, 2019 - 2022

CNRS, Gustave Eiffel University

  • MSc in Probability and Finance, 2019

Sorbonne University

  • BSc in Mathematics, 2016
    Lille University