I did my Ph.D. in Fluids Mechanics at the "Mathematics and Interactions" Laboratory (Laboratoire Jean-Alexandre Dieudonné, LJAD, UMR 7351) of the University Nice Sophia Antipolis (UNS), on “Rogue waves in the coastal zone : modeling and study”. I studied rogues waves and pseudo-spectral methods with numerical and analytical calculations.
During 4 years at University for students in second and third year (Physics and Informatics), and since 2013 as full-time teacher of Mathematics in a public technological school.
I co-organized and animated different science promotion events, like for the Physics part of the annual Sciences Festival of the university during 5 years, and the Ph.D. symposium for the Mathematics and Interactions Jean Alexandre Dieudonné laboratory of the University Nice Sophia Antipolis (websites 2011, 2012 and 2013).
During my Ph.D. I participated to different international conferences to share my research in France and in Athens, Georgia, USA.
I manage teams and create projects since 2007 for different associations (more details about them in the Involvements page).
I am the treasurer of the alumni association of the University Nice Sophia Antipolis since 2012, which regroups thousand of alumni.
Creation and management of documentation for different associations.
2011 to 2014: Treasurer.
2007 to 2011: Co-founder and different responsabilities (President, Partnerships, Secretary and Vice-President).
2007 to 2012: Active member.
2009 to 2013: Vice-President.
2011 to 2012: Project leader "Valorisation de la Recherche et du Troisième Cycle".
2011 to 2012: Vice-President.
2011 to 2013: Elected student representative.
2010 to 2013: Elected only one student representative as observator member.
2011 to 2013: Elected Ph.D. student representative.
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