I am a Professor in Applied Mathematics at the Université de Strasbourg. I work at the Advanced Mathematics Research Institute (IRMA).
My main interest is to bridge applied mathematics and computer science and take advantages of both disciplines to improve scientific computing software. In particular, at the moment, I develop state of the art scientific computing software with a wide range of applications among which real-time reliable computations.
I did my studies at the Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI); I pursued my PhD with O. Pironneau. Between 2000 and 2003, I started with a post-doctotal fellowship at MIT in the group of A.T. Patera and became later a research scientist in the same group. In 2003, I came back in Europe as an invited researcher by Y. Maday for six months at Paris VI where I developed a real-time reliable computational framework which receives a prize from the Ministère de la recherche in collaboration with Y. Maday and T. Patera. From October 2003 to August 2006, I was a research assistant in the chair of modelisation and scientific computing (CMCS) of A. Quarteroni at EPFL.