Current activities

I am currently occupying a Lecturer position at the Ensai.

Favorite research area: random walks and Markov chains and their connections with different algebraic structures (such as groups, groupoïds or semigroupoids) ; Poisson and Martin boundaries ; Long memory processes ; limit theorems.

Recent years

From 2008 to 2012, I was preparing a Ph.D thesis under the supervision of Dimitri Petritis, Professor at the University of Rennes 1 in the Institute of Mathematical Researchs of Rennes (IRMAR). This thesis, untitled Graphs & random walks, has been defended on the 6th July 2012.

In 2012, I occupied a postdoctoral position at the University of Neuchâtel in the Mathematics Institute in the team Stochastics Processes and Dynamical Systems directed by Michel Benaïm

From september 2013 to september 2014, I was a non permanent lecturer at the University of Bourgogne in the mathematics department.

From september 2014 to july 2016, I was a non permanent lecturer at the University of Strasbourg in the mathematics department.

For further informations, see my resumé, and here, a list of papers.