About me

I am a PhD student of Pierre Peterlongo and Tatiana Starikovskaya working in the Genscale Team at Inria Rennes and in the Talgo Team at École normale supérieure, France. I am interested in algorithms on strings, compact data structures and hashing algorithms. I also enjoy implementing algorithms, especially the ones with applications to biology.

Short bio

  • PhD in Computer Science, Inria Rennes IRISA and ENS Paris, Paris and Rennes, France, september 2020 - up to date.
  • Year of research (part of the degree of ENS Paris Saclay), Universita di Pisa, Italy, 2019-2020.
  • M.Sc in computer science : Master Parsien de recherche en informatique (MPRI) at École Normale Supérieure (ENS) Paris Saclay, Paris, France, 2017-2019.
    • With the second year of master including a 5 months internship in ENS, Paris, France, with Tatiana Starikovskaya.
    • With the first year of master including a 5 months internship in la Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile, with Gonzalo Navarro and Travis Gagie.
  • Third year of Bachelor, Major Computer Science minor mathematics, École Normale Supérieure (ENS) Paris Saclay, Cachan, France, 2016-2017.
    • Including a 2 months internship in the University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland with Jakub Radoszewski.
  • Preparatory classes (equivalent to 2 first year of Bachelor), Lycée Henri IV, Paris, France, 2014-2016.

Publications

  • String periods in the order-preserving model with T. Kociumaka, J. Radoszewski, W. Rytter, A. Shur, and T. Walen, International Symposium on Theoretical Aspects of Computer Science STACS 2018 and Information and Computation.
  • Approximating Longest Common Substring with k mismatches: Theory and Practice with Tomasz Kociumaka, Jakub Radoszewski, and Tatiana Starikovskaya, Annual Symposium on Combinatorial Pattern Matching CPM 2019.
  • Hide and Mine: Hardness and Algoritms, with G. Bernardini, A. Conte, R. Grossi, G. Loukides, N. Pisanti, S. P.Pissis, G. Punzi, L. Stougie, and M. Sweering, accepted at IEEE International Conference on Data Mining ICDM 2020.

Volunteer work

Girls Can Code! is an student organization promoting programming and Computer Science to girls via summer camps and 2-days workshops, founded in 2014. Since 2014, more than 300 girls participated in the events organized by Girls Can Code!

I have been an organizer and teacher of those summer camps since 2016. I was vice-president in 2018-2019.

Prologin is a student organization that organizes a contest for french speakers under 20 years old. It aims at gathering young computer enthusiasts to meet and compete with one another.

I have been organizing, writing algortithmic problems and written exams since 2018. I was vice-president in 2018-2019.