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I am a first-year doctoral student in the CALIN team, at LIPN in Université Sorbonne Paris Nord.

My thesis project, supervised by Olivier Bodini and Noam Zeilberger, is the asymptotic study of certain divergent combinatorial classes whose specifications are differentially algebraic. I am interested in developing tools for tackling the asymptotic analysis of divergent series arising in combinatorics. Furthermore, I am interested in applying these tools to the study of asymptotic properties of fragments of the linear lambda calculus and their connection with various kinds of trivalent maps.

More generally, I am interested in the interplay of logic, combinatorics, and graph theory.