I am a PhD student in Toulouse interested in machine learning applied to environmental problems. My research activities focus on statistical modelling of plume transport in complex urban environment. I work under the supervision of Mélanie Rochoux, Didier Lucor and Thomas Jaravel. My PhD thesis started in October 2019 in collaboration with CERFACS and LISN (CNRS/University of Orsay). I graduated from INSA Toulouse in applied mathematics and hold a MSc in Probability and Statistics (University Toulouse III Paul Sabatier). In addition to my research activities, I am interested in the ethical issues that arise from the use of artificial intelligence to address societal challenges. I attended two years of undergraduate studies in philosophy and sociology at the University Toulouse II Jean Jaurès.
Conditional probability, independence, random variables, limit theorems and introduction to estimation theory.
Introduction to Markov chains classification, invariant probability measures and convergence theorems.
CECI, CERFACS-CNRS - Climate, Environment, Coupling & Uncertainties
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