I will join the Department of Mathematics at the University of Maryland in January 2018. I will also be a member of the Center for Scientific Computation and Mathematical Modeling and of the Institute for Physical Science and Technology.

I am currently a Cathleen Morawetz Post doctoral fellow at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences.

I earned a PhD from Université Pierre et Marie Curie ( UPMC - Paris 6 ), where I studied with Bruno Després (Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions).
I studied Mathematics at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan.


In a broad sense I am interested in the propagation of time-harmonic waves in variable media. More specifically, my work includes:

  • High order Discontinuous Galerkin method with generalized plane waves.
  • Theoretical analysis of various wave resonances.
  • Fast solvers for wave propagation in inhomogeneous media.
  • Definition, modeling and simulation of mode conversion.
  • Partial differential equations on surfaces.
  • Harmonic vector fields on genus 1 surfaces.
  • More recently : time-dependent problems for resonances.

Waves in Plasmas seminar

I am organizing this semester (fall'16) a new edition of this seminar on waves in plasmas. More on that soon in the WiPs tab.

I organized during the spring'15 semester together with Jacob Bedrossian a seminar on waves in plasmas. Find all you need to know in the WiPs tab.

Summer school

Together with Martin Campos-Pinto (CNRS), Bruno Després (LJLL), Eric Sonnendrucker (Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics), we are organizing a summer school on waves in palsmas, in July 2017 in Paris. More on that soon.

Mini-symposia organization