Versatile scientist wtih a strong expertise in programming (Python) and mathematical modeling (Statistics). After an early training in physics, I did a PhD in computational neuroscience (at Ecole Normale Supérieure). Since then, I have explored multiple sides of the field (artificial intelligence, haptics, robotics, neurophysiology), keeping in mind the credo, "Make things as simple as possible, but not simpler".      

I am currently based in New York City, working with a statistician - Asohan Amarasingham (CUNY) - and a neurophysiology lab - the Buzsáki Lab (NYU). My current project is about mapping the routes of information in the brain using the most basic neural unit of communication, spike times.