About me

Starting from September 2020 I hold a temporary teaching and research position (ATER) at Grenoble INP. I do my teaching in ENSIMAG, and research in Laboratoire Jean Kuntzmann in Grenoble. Prior to that, I was a PhD student in Cergy Paris Université, supervised by Eva Löcherbach (from September 2018: professor at Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, previously: professor at Cergy Paris Université) and Adeline Leclercq-Samson (professor at Université Grenoble Alpes). For more details check my CV. I have defended my thesis on 8 december 2020. You can access the slides and the manuscript by the provided links.

My research interests include statistics for stochastic processes with degenerate noise and their application to neuroscience. More precisely, I am dealing with parametric inference, approximation schemes and hypothesis testing. Last news, slides of the talk, notes and all kind of updates or remarks are to be found in Research.

In my free time I do nearly all types of outdoor activities (i.e. hiking, riding a bike, climbing, swimming, skiing) and also read almost everything, starting from German philosophy and Scandinavian myths and ending with civil defence tutorials and all kinds of survival-related literature. Some stuff related to my non-research interests will be lately gathered in Random. Finally, if you need to contact me for some reason, please check Contacts.

Last updated on December 2020.