I am a junior researcher at INRAE (French National Institute of Research in Agriculture, Food and the Environment), in Avignon, within the Biostatistiques et Processus Spatiaux (BIOSP) unit. My work focuses on spatio-temporal random processes and their applications to ecology and evolution. I study measure-valued processes which describe the dynamics of structured populations, and various limiting behaviours of these processes (e.g. large population limit and fluctuations around this limit). I am interested in related models arising in population genetics, evolutionary ecology and general epidemic models.
In 2017, I completed my Ph.D. in the CMAP at the Ecole Polytechnique, in Paris, under the supervision of Amandine Véber and Alison Etheridge. My dissertation on can be found here.