I am a PhD student at McGill University, working in Discrete Probabilities under the supervision of Louigi Addario-Berry. My research is concentrated around properties of random permutations and random trees.
This semester, I am a teaching assistant for Math 447, Introduction to Stochastic Processes. Ressources for this course can be found here.
Born in France, I grew up in the suburbs of Paris (Verneuil sur Seine) and lived there until I was 18. At the end of high-school, I left for Paris to study in classes préparatoires at Condorcet, majoring in Math, Physics and Computer Science. I entered Ecole Polytechnique in 2013 and started focussing more on Probability, Statistics and applications to Computer Science. In 2017, I completed my master's degree at the University of Cambridge and moved to Montreal to start my PhD.