About me

I am a professor of Statistics at the Université du Québec à Montréal. I completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Simon Fraser University and at the University of Victoria under the supervision of Farouk Nathou, Jiguo Cao and Mirza Faisal Beg and completed my Ph.D. in Statistical Sciences at the University of Toronto in 2021 under the supervision of Jeffrey S. Rosenthal. My research interests are at the intersection of machine learning and statistics. I am currently developping new models for image analysis by integrating machine learning models to functional data analysis.

About me (personally)

I was born in Montréal in 1990 and still visit the city quite frequently! I like coffee, video games, streaming, biking, sciences and most geek stuff. I am intrigued by game design in general but specially video game design. If I could duplicate myself, the other me would definitely study game design and I hope to find a way to combine both my passion for stats and video game design in some interesting way. I am also interested in “learning” in general. Lately I have also developed a taste for random arts such as showcased here.

About the website

I have recently created a french cover page. Things are moving pretty fast at the moment and the website will be updated quite regularly.