About Me

I have moved! I am now a Chercheur Contractuel working at École normale supérieure in the Département d’Informatique. I am a member of Stéphane Mallat’s Data Team. Please visit my new webpage, as this one is no longer maintained.

Research Interests
- Wavelet and scattering transforms
- Manifold learning via diffusion processes
- Lipschitz extensions and more generally smooth extensions
- Algorithmic issues related to computing smooth interpolants
- Shortest path metrics
- Frame theory
- Applications to image analysis, hyperspectal image analysis, biological data, dynamical systems, fluid mechanics

Previous Positions
From June 15 to August 15, 2013, I was a Visiting Assistant Professor at Cornell University, where I directed the High Dimensional Data Analysis project for their REU program.

From 2009 to 2013 I was a Postdoctoral Associate working in the Department of Mathematics at Yale University. I was part of Ronald R. Coifman's research group.

In 2009 I received my PhD in mathematics at the University of Maryland under the supervision of John J. Benedetto and Kasso Okoudjou. While at Maryland, I was also a member of the Norbert Wiener Center. Before that, in 2004 I received my BA in mathematics at Cornell University under the supervision of Robert Strichartz.


École normale supérieure
Département d’Informatique
45 rue d’Ulm
75005 Paris

Office: Stairwell A, 3rd floor, Département d’Informatique, #6