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About Me

I grew up in Annecy, nestled in the French Alpes. I did my undergrad in mathematics in Switzerland at EPFL. That is where I first discovered my passion for stable homotopy theory, under the guidance of Kathryn Hess. Her support and encouragement made it possible for me to write my master thesis at MIT, under the supervision of Haynes Miller. I decided to continue my education in the US and pursued a PhD at UIC where my supervisor was Brooke Shipley



2015 - 2020

University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), Chicago, IL, USA.

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Mathematics, Advisor Prof. Brooke Shipley. Applying homotopy theoretical methods to the study of coalgebras, comodules and Hopf algebras.

Fall 2014

Massachussets Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA, USA.

Exchange program for the Master’s thesis. Subject: improving and clarifying the arguments of Takayasu’s paper On stable summands of B(Z/2)n associated to Steinberg modules. Supervised by Prof. Haynes Miller.

2013 - 2015

École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland

Master of Science (MSc) in Fundamental Mathematics. Advisor Prof. Kathryn Hess.


École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland

Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Mathematics.


  • I also compose music on the piano. Here you can find some of my compositions that I have uploaded on SoundCloud.

  • In July 2013, I participated to the EMaHP (EPFL Mathematic Humanitarian Project) with 22 other EPFL math bachelor students in South Africa. The goal was to introduce and to popularize basic mathematical notions through workshops for South African students from 4 to 18 years old. We visited 7 villages and townships, met 300 children and travelled more than 3'500 km in 15 days. Here is a video of our journey. EMaHP also has a Facebook page​



Michigan State University,
Department of Mathematics,
Wells  Hall,
619 Red Cedar Road,
East Lansing, MI, 48823.




Office: Wells Hall C312

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