I am a Research Scientist at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center in the AI Programming Models team. My research focuses on reactive programming languages and their applications. I am currently working on probabilistic programming, Web APIs, and semi-automatic machine learning.
I received my PhD from École normale supérieure (ENS) in Paris under the supervision of Marc Pouzet and Timothy Bourke, working on reactive languages for embedded systems. My dissertation A synchronous approach to quasi-periodic systems was awarded the 2017 ACM SIGBED Paul Caspi Memorial Dissertation Award.
|Organizer||IBM PL Day 2019 (co-chair), DEBS 2019 industry (chair), IBM PL Day 2018 (co-chair)|
|PC Member||CC 2021, FDL 2020, EMSOFT 2020, LCTES 2020, DEBS 2020 industry, REBELS 2019, EMSOFT 2019, DEBS 2018, DLS 2017|
|Reviewer||ACM TCAD 2020, ACM TECS 2020, EMSOFT 2016, EMSOFT 2015, DAC 2015, JFLA 2015, JFLA 2014|
|ProbZelus||Compiler and runtime for a synchronous probabilistic language (OCaml/Zelus)|
|Lale||A library for semi-automated data science (Python)|
|DPPL||Compiler from Stan++ to Pyro (Python)|
|YAPS||Transpiler from python syntax to Stan (Python)|
|WCS-OCaml||OCaml SDK for Watson Assistant (OCaml)|
|ZSy||Compiler and runtime for a synchronous language with timers (OCaml/Zelus)|
|ReactiveAsco||ReactiveML sequencer for Antescofo (OCaml/ReactiveML)|