Since 2014 Professor at the Conservatoire national des Arts et Métiers (Cnam), Paris
2011 Habilitation qualification - Pierre et Marie Curie Paris VI University
2003 PhD in biomathematics - Pierre et Marie Curie Paris VI University
2000 Master in biomathematics - Pierre et Marie Curie Paris VI University
2000 Master of engineering – Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Techniques Avancées, Paris
My research activites focus on the mathematical and computer modeling of infectious diseases, with the aim of better understanding phenomena, while providing predictions on future evolutions and helping decision-makers with the comparative assessment of control strategies.
Over recent years I have developed compartmental (deterministic and stochastic) and agent-based models to study various important public health issues, including: