Presentation
 PhD student at the University of Liege in the team "Analysis, Functional Analysis and Wavelets", under the direction of Samuel Nicolay since October 2012.
 Teaching assistant at the Department of Mathematics for Samuel Nicolay and JeanPierre Schneiders since October 2012.
 Representative of the PhD students at the Department of Mathematics (with Marie Ernst) at the RED (PhD Candidate Network) since September 2014.

Organizer of the formation
\LaTeX 2015 of RED.  Supervisor of a group of students of the Institut SaintMichel Verviers as part of the project MATh.en.JEANS for the academic years 20142015 and 20152016.
 Member of the American Mathematical Society since December 2015 and of the Belgian Mathematical Society since September 2013.
 I am part of the team that looks after the website EDT "Mathematics" of the FRSFNRS since January 2013.
Research interests
In my thesis, I study the pointwise irregularity of signals with the Hölder exponents. For very irregular functions, it does not make sense to try to characterize the pointwise irregularity because it can change from one point to another. It is more interesting to compute the spectrum of singularities, that is "the size" of the set of points which share the same pointwise irregularity and by size, one means the Hausdorff dimension. Further, this size must be efficiently computable. One uses therefore an indirect way to compute it, the multifractal formalism.
The first multifractal formalism was introduced by Frisch and Parisi in the context of fully developed turbulences in 1988. Several formalisms are based on this first multifractal formalism but are using the wavelets. Unfortunately, they have a drawback: they can only detect concave spectra. For this reason, Stéphane Jaffard has introduced the
My research can be divided into several parts:
 the theoritical part consists in generalising the
S^{\nu} spaces to better characterise the fractal signals;  the practical part consists in developing and implementing algorithms to approximate spectra of singularities;
 I also study the fractal nature of 2Dsignals.
For more details, see Research.