I am now a postdoc at the Department of Astrophysical Sciences of Princeton University.
From 2016 to 2019, I was a PhD student in the CosmoStat. You can access my thesis manuscript here.
My research revolves around systematics in Weak Lensing, in particular errors related to the instruments' PSF (Point Spread Function). My main foci are the impact of PSF errors in galaxy shape measurements and non-parametric data-driven PSF estimation. This has led me to dabble in numerical Optimal Transport, shape measurement methods and various things related to brightness distribution moments.
- 2016-2019: Teaching assistant, Introduction to probability theory and statistics, ENSTA ParisTech.
Talks & Posters
- Euclid Consortium Meeting 2019, Helsinki, Finland, June 2019 (STAR prize awardee plenary talk).
- France for Euclid VII, Nice, France, November 2018 (talk).
- CNES Young Researchers Days, Toulouse, France, October 2018 (flashtalk & poster).
- French-Chinese Days on Weak Lensing, Saclay, October 2018 (talk).
- Euclid Consortium Meeting 2018, Bonn, Germany, June 2018 (talk).
- Cosmo21, Valencia, Spain, May 2018 (talk).
- CosmoStat Day on Machine Learning in Astrophysics, Saclay, France, January 2018 (talk).
- France for Euclid VI, Paris, France, December 2017 (talk).
- Data Science Summer School, Palaiseau, France, August 2017 (poster).
- SPIE Optics+Photonics, San Diego, CA, July 2017 (talk, proceeding).
- SPACEOBS colloquium on data inversion and assimilation, Orsay, France, May 2017 (talk).
- Cavalieri Workshop on Optimal Transport and Optimisation, Paris, France, October 2016 (talk).
I used to be the organizer of CosmoStat's CosmosClub, their irregular journal club/group seminar. You can now contact Isabella, Santiago, Tobias or Virginia if you would like to go give a talk and meet the group!
Last updated: January 2020