I am a research and teaching assistant, at Université de Paris between 2016 and 2019, in which I have the charge of teachings in computer science, and where I spent my Phd between 2016 and 2019.
My research activity takes place at the "Institut de Recherche en Informatique Fondamentale" (IRIF), where I work under the direction of Christine Tasson
I also work with Lionel Vaux, Whith whom I spent in Marseilles the first year of my PhD.
My work concentrates on proof theory and programming languages semantics. I study in particular quantitative semantics tools as Taylor expansion in lambda calculus and linear logic proof-nets. An encouraging result has been developped with Lionel Vaux for proof nets.
I am also interested in asynchronous computability and to probabilistic distributed algorithms.
I regularly attend to events organized by the "Groupe de recherche international" Linear Logic , and to the mensual meetings ChoCoLa organized at ENS Lyon. I had the occasion to present my works at these meetings, at the workshop TLLA, Oxford 2017, at the conference CSL, Birmingham 2018, and at the conference MFPS (XXXV) in London in 2019.