I'm a post-doc at the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery (University of Wisconsin–Madison) and my mentor is Michael Ferris. I'm primarly working on optimization solvers for problems arising in the simulation of mechanical systems with impact and friction. I also contributed to a project aiming at helping developing a sustainable dairy farm management.
I did my PhD in the BIPOP team at INRIA Grenoble Rhône–Alpes. I worked on discrete-time Sliding Mode Control for sampled-data systems. My advisors were Vincent Acary and Bernard Brogliato.
I graduated from ENS de Cachan in 2011 with a M.Sc in Control Theory. During my master, I was a visiting student in the academic year 2010-2011 at ETH Zürich. There I did my master thesis under the supervision of Davide M. Raimondo, Peyman Mohajerin Esfahani and Sean Summers, in the group of John Lygeros. I spent the first semester in 2010 at the ACL lab headed by Prof. J.P. How at MIT.