Computational neuroscience and cortical plasticity
2018 Obtention of the HDR Diploma
2015 Researcher (CR INSERM) at the Institut de la Vision
2013/2015 Postdoctoral fellow with its own FRM fellowship in the lab of Romain Brette, ENS/Institut de la Vision, Paris
2012 Collaboration for 6 months in the lab of Karel Svoboda at the HHMI Janelia Farm research campus, Washington.
2011/2012 Postdoctoral Fellow under the supervision of Kenneth Harris in the BioEngineering Department of the Imperial College, London.
2007/2011 PhD under the supervision of Yves Frégnac and Andrew Davison, with the title : « Chaos control and plasticity in large scale neuronal networks with ongoing activity ».
2005/2006 Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan, section Computer Science. Magister of Computer Science and Telecommunications
2002/2005 Graduated from the SUPELEC engineering school in Gif sur Yvette.
2004/2005 Graduated from the University of Paris XI (Orsay) in Computer Science and Cognitive Sciences
2016-2018 Board member for the Organization for Computational Neuroscience (OCNS)
2013 Tutor at the Okinawa Summer course for Computational Neuroscience (OCNC)
2012 Collaboration (6 months) in the lab of Dr. Karel Svoboda at the Janelia Farm research campus (Washington) to perform glutamate uncaging and patch recordings in vitro in slices of VGLUT1 knockout mice, testing theoretical ideas on cortical plasticity.
2008 Okinawa Summer Course (OCNC) in Computational Neuroscience during one month
2007 Research internship (2 months) in the Diesmann Research Unit, part of the RIKEN Brain Science Institute in Tokyo, under the supervision of Dr Diesmann and Dr Morisson, with title: « Spike Timing Dependent Plasticity in topographical neuronal networks ».
2006 Research internship (5 months) in the VISAGES laboratory of IRISA/INRIA, supervised by Dr Barillot and Dr Prima, as part of my studies for the ENS Magister, with title: « Super Resolution algorithms for longitudinal sequences of medical images »
2005 Research internship (6 months) in the UNIC laboratory of the CNRS, under the supervision of Dr Frégnac and Dr Davison, as part of my studies for the SUPELEC diploma, with title: « Analysis of haptic trajectories and seeking of optimal motor strategies in the multimodal recognition of perceptual ambiguous scenes »
2004 Research internship (2 months) in the UNIC laboratory, under the supervisionof Dr Frégnac, with title: « Synchronization of spiking neurons networks as a substrate for visual scenes segmentation »