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I am a Postdoctoral researcher specializing in Applied Mathematics at Mines Paris and a member of the Inria team QUANTIC, collaborating with Pierre Rouchon. My primary research interests lie in optimal control and optimization, with a particular emphasis on geometric applications. The key areas of my research encompass:

  • Quantum control: My focus within this domain is to leverage classical optimal control theory tools and apply them to quantum mechanics. This aims to develop more efficient, accurate, and robust methods for controlling quantum systems. The applications of this research extend to diverse fields such as medical imaging, chemical reactions control, quantum sensing, quantum computing, and, more recently, quantum error corrections.

  • Optimization and shape optimization for nuclear fusion reactors: Specifically, my work centers around Stellarators, collaborating with Stellacage and Renaissance fusion. I am interested both in theoretical aspects, like existence of minimizer in shape optimization, and numerical implementation.

  • Optimal control theory
  • Quantum control
  • Open quantum systems
  • Differential geometry
  • Shape optimization
  • Numerical optimization
  • Dynamical systems
  • PhD in Applied Mathematics, 2019-2022

    Sorbonne Université, Paris, France

  • M.Sc. in Applied Mathematics, 2018-2019

    Sorbonne Université, Paris, France

  • Dipl. ing. in Mathematics, minor in Physics and Computer Science, 2015-2018

    Ecole polytechnique, Palaiseau, France

  • Classes préparatoires MPSI-> MP*, 2013-2015

    Lycée Hoche, Versailles, France