Prior to this, I worked at the J.A. Dieudonné Laboratory in Nice and the CEA-Cadarache in France.
I held my Phd in Applied Mathematics from University of Strasbourg, with Pr. E. Sonnendrücker, actually, Head of the NMPP department. I also held an engineering diploma from ENSIMAG, in Financial Mathematics (2006) and a Master 2 Research from Paris VI — Analyse Numérique et Equations aux dérivées partielles (2008).
During 2007, I worked at Fermat SAS (now, part of Moody’s Analytics) on Credit Risk and Basel II agreements.
In this website, you’ll find some of my Research work. It is now a standard, that modern applied research can’t be done without complex scientific codes. I’m convinced that most of our work should be in an Open access (under some GPL, MIT, Cécil or equivalent licences). You can visit my profile in Github or the pyccel organization.