I am a first year PhD student at CERMICS ENPC and Efficacity. My supervisor is Michel De Lara. My focus is stochastic optimization techniques for multistage problems. In particular, I work on risk averse methods and approximate dynamic programming. At Efficacity we work on applications related to the management of electric microgrids where uncertainties are strengthend by the introduction of renewable energy sources. My PhD is co-funded by Schneider Electric which also provides industrial use cases and data for my research.

I graduated from Ecole des Ponts where I studied applied mathematics and computer science. I also hold a Master of Science in statistical learning from ENS Paris Saclay.