I am a passionate researcher in software safety and security. I believe that, in the right conditions, computers can be the best allies of humans to make better programs. I spend most of my time conceptualising, designing and studying software tools to help us make code more trustworthy.

My research is at the crossroads of software engineering, programming languages, systems and security. I use various techniques, such as fuzzing and program analysis, to analyse and improve how much software can be trusted. 

Since 2020, I have been a permanent researcher at the CEA LIST institute, within Université Paris-Saclay. Since 2022, I have been a visiting lecturer at ENSTA Paris, within Institut Polytechnique de Paris.

I obtained my Ph.D. in 2014 from Université de Namur and I have been a postdoc at INRIA, CEA LIST and Imperial College London between 2014 and 2020.

As you can see on the picture, I particularly like acting! But I also enjoy watching movies and plays, travelling, walking, reading and being a gourmet.