I am a researcher in mathematical optimization with interests in nonlinear and discrete problems, and an emphasis on formulation and computational aspects.
I am currently at the Zuse Institute Berlin, in the IOL group.
I am associated with the MODAL-SynLab DFG project
and a member of the MATH+ Berlin Mathematics Research Center.
I am joining Inria Grenoble in January 2024 as an Associate Researcher (Chargé de Recherche) and will be working with the Polaris group within the Grenoble Computer Science Lab.
My research interests span the theory, methods, and algorithms for several flavours of mathematical optimization. More specifically, I have been interested in exact solution methods for constrained optimization with constraint structures we can exploit. Those include solution methods, computational models, and software in mixed-integer (non-)linear and convex optimization and in particular around the SCIP framework and Frank-Wolfe related approaches. I have been exploring applications of these classes of problems in quantum information, systems biology, networks and infrastructure, and data science.
I graduated with a double PhD (cotutelle) between Polytechnique Montréal, at the GERAD lab and Centrale Lille, at INRIA & the Cristal lab, in mathematical optimization. My thesis focused on bilevel optimization, an extension coined near-optimality robustness, and pricing for demand response in smart grids. It was co-supervised by Luce Brotcorne (INRIA) & Miguel F. Anjos (University of Edinburgh).
I am involved in several open-source projects around optimization and scientific computing in the Julia programming language and around JuMP. I worked with and in various industries, from a hardware startup to steel manufacturing. I did my joint Bachelor-Master in Process Engineering at the UTC in France with a semester at the TUBS in Germany and Polytechnique Montreal.
On a personal note, I read both fiction (mostly history, detective, thrillers and fantasy) and non-fiction books (on economic policy, education, transportation systems, the energy transition); a more detailed readling list can be found on my goodread. I also enjoy games in various formats (tabletop, video, board, card) and cooking.
Joint PhD, Applied Mathematics & Computer Science, 2017-2020
Polytechnique Montreal, Inria, Centrale Lille, GERAD
Joint Bachelor & Master of Science in Process Engineering, 2011-2016
University of Technology of Compiègne (UTC), France
Exchange program, applied mathematics, computer science & industrial engineering, 2015
Polytechnique Montréal, Canada
Exchange semester, Process & Energy Engineering (Bachelor), 2013
Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany
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