I'm currently a third-year PhD Student in Statistics at the Center for research in economics and statistics (CREST), Paris.
My supervisor is Guillaume Lecué.
My research interest lies broadly in the intersection of high-dimensionnal geometry, robust statistics and concentration of measure phenomenons. I'm fascinated by the theoretical study of phase transitions,
whether they come from physics or from social science (the so-called "complex systems")
I've had and will have the pleasure of assisting in teaching several courses, here are some.
- Théorie des processus (Martingales and Markov Chains) - ENSAE ParisTech in Fall 2018 with Pierre Alquier
- Probability Theory - ENSAE ParisTech in Spring 2019 with Sandie Souchet
- Numerical analysis - ENSAE ParisTech in Spring 2019 :
- Théorie des processus (Martingales and Markov Chains) - ENSAE ParisTech in Fall 2019 with Nicolas Chopin
- Advanced machine learning - ENSAE ParisTech in Fall 2019 with Vianney Perchet
- Théorie des processus (Martingales and Markov Chains) - ENSAE ParisTech in Fall 2020 with Nicolas Chopin
- Advanced machine learning - ENSAE ParisTech in Fall 2020 with Vianney Perchet
I've entirely held (lectures+ tutorials) a crash course on basic statistics, differential equations and optimization for students joining ENSAE with a background in economics. Download the lecture notes or see the page of the course.
- Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics, ENSAE and University Paris Saclay [2018-Present]
- M.Sc. in Statistics & Data analysis, ENSAE, Paris 
- Engeneering degree, Ecole Polytechnique 
- Depersin Jules, Gaubert Stéphane, Joswig Michael (2017). A tropical isoperimetric inequality. Proceedings of the 29th Conference on Formal Power Series and Algebraic Combinatorics