I am currently an Associate Professor in statistics at Univ. Bretagne Sud, in Vannes (France). I teach at the STID department of the Vannes institute of Technology, in Vannes. I conduct my research in the Systèmes dynamiques, probabilités et statistique team at the Laboratoire de Mathématiques de Bretagne Atlantique (LMBA), in Vannes (France).
From November 2018 to August 2019, I was a research fellow at the University of Melbourne in the School of Population and Global Health, in Melbourne (Australia).
In October 2018, I defended my PhD thesis untitled "Decision trees and random Forests for grouped variables". I did my PhD at the Institut de Recherche en Mathématiques de Rennes (IRMAR) and the INSA Rennes, under the supervision of Professor Valérie Monbet, Dr Laurent Rouvière and Professor Jean-François Dupuy.
Before my PhD, I worked during one year as a junior biostatistician in the biostatistics team in the cancer centre Gustave-Roussy, in Villejuif (France).
See my curriculum vitae .