PhD student (Third year) at Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions.

I am working under the supervision of Jérémie Szeftel.

firstname.lastname at upmc.fr

Office 15-16-301

Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions

Sorbonne Université

4, place Jussieu, 75252 Paris Cedex 05

A short CV can be found here

I am interested in mathematical General Relativity with particular emphasis at low-regularity solutions of the Einstein Equations. My work is in connection with the bounded `L ^{2}` curvature theorem and uses the techniques developped around this result : nonlinear evolution and elliptic PDEs at low regularity, geometry of spacelike and null hypersurfaces, the framework of the proof of the nonlinear stability of Minkowski by Christodoulou-Klainerman...

- "Bootstrap techniques for nonlinear equations" (October 2018, Groupe de travail des thésard.e.s en analyse des EDPs)
- Reading group on the article "Characterisation of the energy of gaussian beams on lorentzian manifolds - with applications to black holes spacetimes" by Jan Sbierski (here is a link) (October 2018, Groupe de lecture in General Relativity)
- Reading group on the article "A global analysis proof of the stability of Minkowski and the polyhomogeneity of the metric" by Peter Hintz and András Vasy (here is a link) (January 2018, Groupe de lecture in General Relativity)
- "Spherical harmonics, weighted Sobolev spaces and Poisson's problem" (November 2017, Groupe de travail des thésard.e.s en analyse des EDPs)
- "Well-posedness results for nonlinear wave equations in low regularity" (March 2017, GTT du LJLL)
- "Some shocks and explosions phenomena in semilinear and quasilinear wave equations" (February 2017, Groupe de travail des thésard.e.s en analyse des EDPs)
- "Physical motivations for the Einstein Equations" (November 2015, Groupe de travail des thésard.e.s en analyse des EDPs)

Here is the web page of the reading group in general relativity that Cécile Huneau and I organize.

I organize a monthly two hours mini-course by/for PhD students in PDE topics at the Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions.

A more precise description and list of talks can be found here .

During my PhD I've been a teaching assistant at Sorbonne Université for the following courses

- Sequences, series and improper integrals (Second year undergraduate)
- Topology and differential calculus (Third year undergraduate)
- Functional analysis (Third year undergraduate)
- Linear Algebra (First year undergraduate)