I am a researcher at Inria in POEMS team. My research focuses on wave propagation problems, Decomposition Domain Methods (DDM) and Boundary Integral Equations (BIE). I am also developing a library for distributed compressed matrices called Htool using MPI. It can be used via FreeFEM for solving BIEs, via PETSc for black-box compression, and directly via C++ or its Python interface.
I also teach at ENSTA courses related to applied mathematics and programming. I wrote Computer Tools to introduce useful tools for programming.
Previously, I was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Bath, where I worked with Euan Spence. I did my Ph.D under the supervision of Xavier Claeys and Frédéric Nataf at Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions (LJLL) in Sorbonne Université, and I was a member of the joint Inria-LJLL project team Alpines. My thesis was funded by the ANR (French National Research Agency) via the ANR project NonlocalDD.
PhD in applied mathematics, 2020
Sorbonne Université
Master's degree in applied mathematics, 2016
Sorbonne Université
Engineer's degree, 2016
École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées
Python package to automate asciinema recordings
Computer tools for mathematicians and computer scientists
Research project conducted during the summer school CEMRACS in 2016
Library for parallel hierarchical matrices
vscode extension for FreeFEM
A francophone young researchers conference on the numerical simulation of wave propagation (website).