I am a Ph.D. student in computer music, co-supervised by Emmanuel Vincent (Inria) and Gérard Assayag (IRCAM). My work focuses on the understanding, the analysis and the modelling of the creative processes employed by musicians during improvisations in different contexts and different styles.
- Music generation
- Improvisation systems
- Computational musicology
- Music structure analysis
- Machine learning applied to music
- Music cognition
Theoretical Computer Science
- Formal language theory
- Automata and semigroups theory
- Text algorithmics
Other Mathematics skills
- Signal Processing for sound and music
My Ph.D. thesis topic is : « Learning of Musical Structures in the Context of Improvisation »
See my CV page if you want to know more about my background.
See my Publications page.
I have played the piano for 20 years now. I also play the saxophone and the flute and have a End of Study Diploma in Music Theory from the Conservatoire de Lisieux.
I am mainly interested in improvised music, avant-garde jazz and contemporary music.
See my Music Page to know more about my music project, compositions and improvisations.