The aim of my research is to improve the quality of software through the field of formal methods. I aspire to develop and apply methods to the most realistic systems possible.
I previously worked on the static analysis of Python and C programs within the ERC MOPSA project. I am one of the maintainers of the Mopsa static analyzer. I am also interested in the interaction between the law and the code, and I have designed with Denis Merigoux a modern compiler for the French tax code, which is being transferred to the French tax administration.
These days, I am exploring ways to facilitate the adoption of static analysis tools; static analysis of binary code following previous works of my team; and the ongoing application of formal methods to Catala, a domain-specific language for the implementation of legislative texts.
Feel free to send me an email if you are interested in working with me!
For our second participation, Mopsa won the gold medal by a long shot in the SoftwareSystems category of SV-Comp. In our first participation, we earned the bronze medal. See more details in our short TACAS paper.
Looking forward to give a talk at ETAPS' mentoring workshop.
I am honored to have received a Distinguished Artifact Reviewer Award at ECOOP'23.
Static Type and Value Analysis by Abstract Interpretation of Python Programs with Native C Libraries.
Under the supervision of Antoine Miné - 2018 -- 2021.
APR team, LIP6, Sorbonne Université, Paris, France.
Formal verification of Static Analyses of Floating-point Programs.
Under the supervision of Eva Darulova - February to June 2017.
Automated Verification and Approximation team, MPI-SWS, Saarbrücken, Germany.
Black-box Variational Inference in Probabilistic Programming.
Under the supervision of Hongseok Yang - May to July 2016.
Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford, UK.
Abstract Interpretation of Concurrent Programs.
Under the supervision of Antoine Miné - June & July 2015.
ANTIQUE Team, École Normale Supérieure, Paris, France.
I strongly believe that academic prototypes accompanying research papers are important to show that a proposed technique works. I care about improving these prototypes to make them usable tools accessible to others, although it takes a lot of effort.
I am proud to be one of the core contributors of the following software:
J’ai été jury en Juin 2023 des oraux d’informatique, sur les concours d’entrées aux Écoles Normales Supérieures via les filières MP et MPI des classes préparatoires.