I am a PhD candidate at Inria Lille Nord-Europe (France) since November 2015, under the supervision of Stéphane Huot and Stéphane Ducasse. My research focuses on extending programming languages to ease the programming of interactive applications, particularly when common frameworks show their limits. I observe senior researchers who routinely hack these systems for prototyping new ideas, and propose programming constructs and tools to support them. I am a member of research teams Loki (HCI) and RMoD (SE).

My research interests also include Software Optimization and Algorithms. With friends Yoann Dufresne and Pierre Marijon at Université Lille 1, we organize weekly trainings for algorithmic code contests, and hubs as well. In the past I worked for two years on optimizing software for embedded TV decoders.




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