Since September 2021, I am a PhD student at LaBRI, Université de Bordeaux, under the supervision of Diego Figueira, Nathanaël Fijalkow and Marcin Jurdziński. Before that, from 2017 to 2021, I was a student at École normale supérieure Paris-Saclay, and passed the agrégation de mathématiques.
You can send me an email at
x @u-bordeaux.fr where
(in French or in English). You can also visit me in my office (number 325)
- 7 October 2021: I gave a talk at the LX seminar, on First-order separation over countable ordinals.
- September 2021: Now a PhD student at LaBRI!
- 26 June 2021: I gave a talk at ANR Delta, on Universal algorithms for parity games and nested fixpoints.
I am interested in automata, logics and games.
From March 2019 to July 2019, I did an internship (internship defense) at the Department of Computer Science, at the University of Warwick, under the supervision of Marcin Jurdziński, on recursive algorithms for parity games.
Then, between March 2021 and August 2021, I studied the separation of transfinite regular languages (regular languages of words indexed by countable ordinals) by first-order logic (internship defense & internship report) under the supervision of Thomas Colcombet and Sam van Gool at IRIF, Université de Paris.
|7 Oct. 2021||LX seminar, Bordeaux||First-order separation over countable ordinals||slides|
|3 Sept. 2021||Master 2 internship defense, Paris||Definability & separability of regular languages in first-order logic||slides|
|28 June 2021||ANR Delta, Paris||Universal algorithms for parity games and nested fixpoints||slides|
|16 Sept. 2020||Highlights 2020, online||An attractor decomposition meta-algorithm for parity games||slides|
|4 Sept. 2019||Master 1 internship defense, Cachan||Solving parity games: Universal trees and hierarchical decompositions||slides|
In 2021–2022, I am giving exercises sessions (TD) at Université de Bordeaux for the following classes:
- Computability and Complexity (for Master 1 students) ;
- Proofs & Logics (for Bachelor 3 students) ;
- Digital literacy (for Bachelor 1 students).