My resume

Education

  • 2021 (one week): ISRC-CN³ Autumn School (ISRC-Ulster University, Derry-Londonderry, Nothern Ireland)
  • 2021: MSc Cognitive Sciences (University of Lorraine / LORIA)
    • Cognitive Engineering, Interaction and Artificial Intelligence
    • Title: Mathematical modeling and simulation of electrical retinal cell activity: applications in neuropsychiatry
      • Erasmus exchange program (University College Dublin, Ireland)
  • 2019: Short graduate program in Neuroscience (University of Montreal, Canada)
    • Title: Characteristics of ERP components in the description of the obsessive-compulsive continuum: electrophysiology of Tourette Syndrome, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and body-focused repetitive behaviour
  • 2017: Dual Bachelor’s degree « Sciences and Linguistics »
    • BSc Science, Technology, Health, major in Life Sciences (Pierre and Marie Curie University)
    • BA Arts and Humanities, major in Linguistics and Computer Sciences (Sorbonne University)
      • International Student Exchange Program (University of Montreal, Canada)

Work Experience

  • Since 2022: Teaching Assistant (University of Lorraine)
  • Since 2021: PhD in Computational Neurosciences (LORIA / University of Lorraine)
    • Title: Mathematical modeling of electrical retinal activity: application to the study of pathophysiological mechanisms in psychiatry and the development of new therapeutic targets
    • Supervisor: Dr. Laure Buhry
    • Team: Neurorhythms
  • 2021: 6-months research internship in Computational Neuroscience (LORIA)
  • 2018: 4-months research internship in Cognitive Electrophysiology (CRIUSMM, Montreal, Canada)

Teaching

  • University of Lorraine
    • Jan-March 2022 (18 hours) : Teaching Assistant for « Computational Neurosciences » class for 2nd-year MSc Cognitive Sciences

Languages

  • French: native
  • English: professional proficiency (TOEIC score : 970/990)

Research Interests

Computational Neuroscience
90%

Mathematical Modelling
90%
Neurophysiology
90%
Artificial Intelligence
70%

Machine Learning
60%