Current position (Engineer at INRIA Paris)
I am currently working as a Research Engineer at Inria Paris, as a member of the SERENA Team (Simulation for the Environment: Reliable and Efficient Numerical Algorithms) : I am developing, in a joint work with Géraldine Pichot and Alexandre Ern, a Hybrid High Order (HHO) method for the simulation of flow in large tridimensional Discrete Fracture Networks (DFN).
From December 1 st 2016 to November 30 th 2018 I worked as Postdoc researcher at Ecole des Ponts – ParisTech, CERMICS , France, with Prof. Tony Lelièvre.
My main project was to develop the first publicly available software implementation of the Generalized Parallel Replica (gen.parRep) algorithm.
From September 11 to December 15, 2017, I participated to the “Complex High-Dimensional Energy Landscapes” Long program, organized by IPAM, UCLA, Los Angeles.
The following link describes the research program and some of the project I have initiated there:
From October 2011 to October 2016 I worked as a PhD student at the University of Basel, Switzerland, with Prof. Markus Meuwly. I used computational chemistry tools to address physical, chemical and biochemical problems. In the following page you will find a brief description and materials for projects on which I worked or I am still working on :