Resume

Work Experience

September 2022-now

Lecturer in mathematics and referent for the Propedeutic Center

EPFL, Switzerland

I joined the Propedeutic Center of EPFL as a referent for Analysis to help support the teaching of the first year of EPFL across all sections. I also teach first year classes at EPFL.

April 2022-August 2022

Postdoc

After finishing my PhD, I stayed the last few months of my contract as a postdoc in the group led by Kathryn Hess. 

EPFL, Switzerland

Education

October 2018 - March 2022

PhD

Under the supervision of Kathryn Hess

EPFL, Switzerland

The first years of my PhD were on persistent homology applied to images in the context of computer vision. I also studied the duality between the persistent homology of dual digital image constructions. The second part consisted in studying the space of barcodes from a combinatorial and geometric point of view and its relation to the space of trees.

2016-2018

Master in Mathematics

University of Geneva

2013-2016

Bachelor in Mathematics

University of Geneva

Academic exchange

University of California, San Diego

 

Teaching, Admin and Outreach

Teaching

2018-2022

EPFL

Students Supervision

I supervised and co-supervised several bachelor students (in mathematics and life science) during their semester projects. Topics included: Euler calculus, graphs applied to brain networks, topological tree morphology. 

2018-2022

EPFL

Euler course

At EPFL, I teach a class for the Euler course, a special program for bright students in school, who attend university-level classes. I am currently teaching a course called "Algebraic Structures" after teaching "Geometry I" for a year.

2016 - 2018

University of Geneva

Teaching Assistant

I started teaching bachelor students as a TA during my Master at the University of Geneva. I taught several hours a week students in algebra, geometry and analysis.

 
 

Events & Academic Life

2019-2021

Academic life & Admin

EPFL

2018-2022

Events & Organisation

EPFL

PhD representative for the mathematics department.

I am a co-organiser of the Applied Topology Seminar at EPFL. I co-organised a workshop for young PhD students at IST Vienna in April 2019 and the Young Topologist Meeting at EPFL in July 2019.

2013-2018

Academic life & Admin

University of Geneva

During my studies at the University of Geneva, I was deeply involved in the life of the university. I was president of the Science Student association during the academic year of 2016-2017 and I was part of the organising comity of science job fairs. 

Outreach

2022

Finalist "My Thesis in 180 seconds" 

EPFL

I presented my thesis at the contest "My Thesis in 180 seconds". The video is available (in French) here.

2021

Logic workshop 

Creation of a logic workshop "maths to understand the world" that was presented to classes of the outreach service of EPFL and public schools.

2016-2018

University of Geneva

The mathematic department of the University of Geneva organises a lot of outreach activities. I animated workshops in mathematics for schools with the Mathscope, and I participated in a few outreach conferences in Europe. I supervised highschool students while they were following classes at university through the Athena program. 

 
 

Presentations and Posters

2022

Summer in Topology Conference

University of Vienna, July

Stratifying the space of barcodes using Coxeter complexes

ATMCS conference

University of Oxford, June

Poster: From trees to barcodes and back again: Combinatorial and geometric perspectives

SOCG Young Researcher Forum

Berlin, June

Stratifying the space of barcodes using Coxeter complexes

AATRN Seminar

Online, April

From trees to barcodes and back again: Combinatorial and geometric perspectives

Statistics Seminar

University of Aarhus, April

From trees to barcodes and back again: Combinatorial and probabilistic perspectives

2021

Applied Topology Seminar

EPFL, November

From trees to barcodes and back again: Combinatorial and probabilistic perspectives

Data Science Seminar

Colorado State University (online), October

From trees to barcodes and back again: Combinatorial and probabilistic perspectives

Working group in TDA

Michigan State University (online), October 

From trees to barcodes and back again: Combinatorial and probabilistic perspectives

Applied Topology in Albany (ATiA) seminar

Albany (online), October

Working group in TDA

Montpellier (online), May 

Aller-retour entre arbres et barcodes

(From Trees to Barcodes and Back Again)

APATG Student Talk

From Trees to Barcodes and Back Again

Online seminar, March 

Statistical Data Science group meeting

From Trees to Barcodes and Back Again

EPFL (online), March

2020

Geometry Graduate Colloquium

ETH Zurich (online), December

Oxford Applied Topology Seminar

University of Oxford (online), August

SMB minisymposium on TDA and network science for biological data

From trees to barcodes and back again: at the melding point of topology, geometry, group theory and probability

Noisy neurons and rainbow worms: theoretical and statistical perspectives on trees and their barcodes

Topological Data Analysis for (biological) image analysis

Heidelberg (moved online), August

SoCG Young Researcher Forum

Duality in Persistent Homology of Images

Zurich (moved online), June

Brain Mind Institute annual report

Topological Data Analysis for Image Processing

EPFL (moved online), June

Poster at GeoCoW Workshop

Diablerets, Switzerland, February

2019

Topology Seminar

Australian National University, Canberra, November

Graduate Seminar

University of Geneva, May

TopApp Workshop

IST Vienna, April

2017

Persistent Homology Workshop

Institut Alexander Grothendieck, Montpellier, France, July

Topology Seminar

University of Geneva

 

Others

Professional skillset

Teamwork & Collaboration

Teaching & Communication

Science Outreach

Coding skills in python

Languages

French (native)

English (bilingual)

German (basic, improving slowly)

Spanish (basic)