I am a research software engineer at the Mathis lab of adaptive motor control. I just graduated from EPFL with a Master’s degree. I specialize in computational neurosciences.
I have a strong interest in understanding the internal models of the brain, related to higher processings such as learning or decision-making. More generally, I’m fascinated with how neurosciences and computer sciences are interlaced, each of those fields needing the other to progress. More specifically, with the development of powerful recording tools such as Neuropixels, I believe that the challenges of the field are now to develop the appropriate computational methods to find structure in that data.
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MSc in Computational Neurosciences, 2022
BSc in Life Science Engineering, 2019
I am working with Steffen Schneider (Ph.D. student) on implementing new functionalities to CEBRA, a novel method to map behaviors and neural activity by producing consistent latent spaces. My role includes:
Semester projets in diverse laboratories of the School of Life Sciences:
PyTorch, ML libraries
Learning and decision-making
Matlab, Java, C++, SQL
Teaching assistant for first-year Bachelor’s students in the course of Prof. Jamila Sam and Barbara Jobstmann. Both in person and remotly. This included:
Teaching assistant for second-year Bachelor’s students. Both in person and remotly. This included:
Teaching assistant for first-year Bachelor’s students in the course of Prof. Ivo Furno. Both in person and remotly. This included: