In 2019, I passed the French “Agrégation” (highly selective competitive examination for civil service in the French public education system) with a major in mathematics and a minor in computer science.

During my PhD, I also had various teaching opportunities listed below.

Teaching assistant

Since 2020, I have been serving as teaching assistant in the “CDIS” course at École des Mines de Paris, providing exercise sessions, numerical projects, in-depth supplements on selected extra-curricular topics and tutoring hours. This course is aimed at first-year students at École des Mines (equivalent to the last year of a bachelor degree) and covers topology, differential calculus, integration theory, differential equations and probability theory.

  • 2022-2023: 16.5 hours.
  • 2021-2022: 64 hours.
  • 2020-2021: 64 hours.

Internship supervision

I co-supervised (with my PhD advisor Pierre Rouchon) students from École des Mines de Paris during their “Trimestre Recherche” (three month research internship for students in the first year of their master’s degree).

  • 2021-2022: (one intern) Well-posedness and convergence properties of a nonlinear differential equation in dimension 4, corresponding to a semi-classical model of a cat-qubit coupled to a dissipative reservoir and subject to various noise sources. This internship built upon the results of the two interns we supervised during the previous year.
  • 2020-2021: (two interns, working in tandem) Development of a semi-classical model describing the evolution of a so-called cat-qubit in the limit where its state can be approximated with a coherent state of light. Numerical assessment of the validity of the model by comparison to a full quantum model based on Lindblad master equations.


March 2021: “Journées Liesse”. Co-supervision (3 hours) of a numerical project on differential equations for teachers from higher school preparatory classes invited at École des Mines to be trained on new subjects introduced in their curriculum.