I am a lecturer in artificial intelligence at the Center for Digital Systems (CERI SN) of Institut Mines Télécom Lille Douai, in France, since 2020. Before that, I was a post-doctorate for the APACHES project.

My research is mainly focused on Decision Making (DM) and Knowledge Engineering (KE), especially applied to Technology Enhanced Learning (T.E.L) for now. I am interested in providing educational stakeholders with new decision-making tools for complex pedagogical situations, adapted to the always changing education context. As such, I work particularly on modeling complex (and combinatorial) TEL problems, understanding their topology and solving them by using different approaches, such as constraint-based meta-heuristic.

I am also very interested in reproducible science, and how we can foster it in T.EL., and more generaly in computer science fields. My PhD thesis laid mostly into this problematic, heavily relying on KE and web semantics. An so, to continue on this reproducibility concerns, I became an ambassador of the foundation Software Heritage.

I also have an interest in various little funny things, like games, game AI problems, hiking, kendo, science popularization, climbing, trees & plants, music, teaching...

An exemple of an ontology (used to model a narrated analysis process in TEL) Software Heritage Ambassador


  • 2020 current


    IMT Lille Douai, France

  • 2019 2020

    Postdoctoral Researcher

    IMT Lille Douai, France


  • Ph.D. 2019

    Ph.D. in Computer Science

    Sorbonne Université, France

  • M.Sc. 2015

    Master of Science: Aritificial Intelligence and Decision

    Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, France

  • B.Sc. 2007

    Bachelor of Computer Science

    Université de La Rochelle, France