About me

In January 2022 I started a Postdoc at the university of Paris Dauphine with Clément Royer.

Prior to that:

  • Ph.D. in the Applied Mathematics department at the University of Oxford. I worked with Coralia Cartis and Armin Eftekhari. My research was supported by the Alan Turing Institute. The Institute located in London is the UK’s national institute for Data Science.

  • Undergraduate and Master’s Degree in Mathematical Engineering at UCLouvain in Belgium. I worked with Pierre-Antoine Absil, Wen Huang and Raphael Jungers. My master thesis is about “Quasi-Newton methods for nonsmooth Riemannian optimization”.

Research interests

  • Nonlinear matrix recovery
  • Optimization on Riemannian manifolds
  • Second-order optimization methods