About Me

About me

I am a postdoctoral researcher at Université Paris 13 being hosted by Bruno Vallette.

I completed my PhD under the supervision of Thomas Willwacher. I'm mostly interested in Operads, graph complexes, homological algebra and the way they interact with Physics and Algebraic topology.

For more informations, here is my CV.

Starting from next year I will be at the University of Montpellier as a chargé de recherche (CNRS researcher).

Where can you find me?

If you're in Paris you can sometimes find me in my office (412, Batiment D), sometimes at the Institut Henri Poincaré, sometimes at Paris 6... You are usually better writting me an email.

Future travels

June - Toronto Séminaire de mathématiques supérieures (SMS) 2018

Research

I'm generally interested in algebraic approaches to Geometrical and Algebraic Topology problems, particularly in Homotopy theory using tools such as operads and graph complexes.
Other important keywords related to my research are Mathematical Physics, Moduli Spaces, Deformation theory, Koszul duality, Quantization and Poisson Geometry.

Check my papers on the publications tab! Here are the slides of my PhD Defense.

An action of the framed little discs operad

(Pre-)Publications

  1. Homotopy equivalence of shifted cotangent bundles (2018)
    arXiv:1803.07383 (submitted) [15 pages] ArXiv link.
  2. Configuration Spaces of Manifolds with Boundary with Najib Idrissi, Pascal Lambrechts and Thomas Willwacher (2018)
    arXiv:1802.00716v1 [107 pages] ArXiv link.
  3. A model for configuration spaces of points with Thomas Willwacher (2017)
    arXiv:1604.02043 (submitted) [42 pages]. ArXiv link


  4. Gravity Formality with Benjamin C. Ward (2017)
    arXiv:1707.00638 Accepted in Advances in Mathematics [33 pages]. ArXiv link

  5. BV Formality (2015)
    Advances in Mathematics 306 (2017), 807–851. [45 pages]. ArXiv link Published version

  6. Operadic Torsors with Thomas Willwacher (2014)
    Journal of Algebra 458 (2016), 71-86 [16 pages]. ArXiv link Published version

  7. The Frobenius properad is Koszul with Sergei Merkulov and Thomas Willwacher (2014)
    Duke Math. J. 165, (2016) no. 15, 2921–2989. [69 pages].ArXiv link Published version

My papers can be found on the arXiv, even though the published versions might be a bit improved.

Feedback is always extremely welcome!

CONTACT

Laboratoire Analyse, Géométrie et Applications
Université Paris 13
Institut Galilée
99, Avenue Jean-Baptiste Clément
93430 Villetaneuse, France
Bureau D412
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