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.
I am currently a postdoctoral researcher co-supervised by Guillaume Blanchet and Dominique Gravel at the University of Sherbrooke. I am working on mathematical and numerical methods to study ecological dynamics.
I completed my Ph.D. under the supervision of François Massol (CIIL, CNRS, Lille University) and Jamal Najim (CNRS, Gustave Eiffel University). The aim of my thesis was the development of a quantitative analysis of large Lotka-Volterra model based on random matrix theory. I received a Master in Probability and Finance from Sorbonne University.
Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics, 2022
CNRS, Gustave Eiffel University
MSc in Probability and Finance, 2019
BSc in Mathematics, 2016