I am a CNRS Junior Researcher (CR) in the Laboratoire de Mathématiques et Modélisation d’Évry (LaMME) at Université d’Évry Val d’Essonne. Detailed CV (March 2020): curriculum vitae.

Until September 2020, I was a postdoctoral researcher in the CERMICS department of École des Ponts ParisTech, in the INRIA team MATHERIALS, where I worked under the supervision of Gabriel Stoltz and Tony Lelièvre at the interface between Machine Learning and Molecular Dynamics.

Before that, I did my PhD in Statistics (defended in 2019) in the applied maths department (CMAP) of École Polytechnique, under the supervision of professors Julie Josse and Éric Moulines, in the XPOP team.

My research interests currently include:

  • High-dimensional statistics (matrix completion, network analysis)
  • Monte-Carlo methods for Bayesian learning
  • Applications to medical and ecological data analysis

Students:

2020 – Do Edmond SANOU co-supervised with Christophe Ambroise

 

News:

October 2020: Young Statisticians Europe (YSE) lauches new YoungStatS blog and webinar project to promote research in Statistics and Data Science ! Visit our blog https://youngstats.github.io/ or follow us on Twitter @YoungStatS2

October 2019: I was awarded a L’Oréal-UNESCO fellowship For Women In Science (Young Talents France). See article dans Elle Tech and interview for Usbek & Rica (both in French):