I am preparing a Ph.D. in cognitive science at
under the supervision of Pr.
I studied Computer Science at the École Normale Supérieure de Rennes, France,
before studying Cognitive Science at the CogMaster (ENS-PSL).
My Ph.D is focused on how our brain learns and processes fractions. To better understand these processes, we are using tools from psychology, linguistics, computer science and neurology. In particular, we have developped a graduated number-line test, available here as a PDF tool.
More broadly, I find interest in the phylogenic and ontogenetic origine of language, especially through "Language of Thought" models.
Besides cognition, I also take interest in history and game design (which involve cognition to some degree), and like sharing knowledge on these topics. To vulgarise history, I take part in historical reenactment with the 16e Régiment d'Infanterie Légère. I also work voluntarily as a programmer for the open-source science-based video game Thrive , in which the player competes against evolution to thrive as the very first forms of life.
For any question you might have, don't hesitate to approach me.