I am a FRIA grantee and Ph.D. student at the University of Liège in the Discrete Mathematics team of the Department of Mathematics, under the supervision of Émilie Charlier and Michel Rigo.

# Research interests

I am interested in generalizations of Pascal triangle, numeration systems, formal language theory, automata theory, number theory, combinatorics on words, Cobham's theorems and questions related to them.

# Representation

### Departmental Council

I am a represent of the scientific staff at the Council of the Department of Mathematics.

### Ph.D. candidates network

Since 2016–2017, I have been an active member of the Ph.D. candidates network (ReD) at University of Liège and a logistics coordinator.

# Other activites

### Teaching

I am in charge of exercises sessions, mainly in Discrete Mathematics. More acurate information can be found on my Teaching page.

### Promotion of mathematics

#### MATh.en.JEANS

I am taking part into the MATh.en.JEANS project that aims to initiate students from high schools to scientific research and collaboration.

During 2015–2016, I supervised, together with Marie Kreusch and Sébastien Labbé, groups of students from the Royal Charles Rogier high school of Liège. High school students presented their work during the small congress in Liège on April 15th and 16th 2016 and/or during the congress in Metz on April 21st, 22nd et 23rd 2016.

During 2016–2017, I supervised, together with Julien Raskin, groups of students from the Saint-Jacques high school of Liège. A big congress was held in Liège on April 28, 29 and 30, 2017.

During 2017–2018, I supervise, together with Adeline Massuir and Julien Raskin, groups of students from the Saint-Jacques high school of Liège. A big congress will be held in Nancy during the last week-end of March 2018.

#### Math à Modeler

I also provide help during activities organized by the team Math à Modeler from Liège supervised by Michel Rigo. Math à Modeler
was created in Grenoble (France) and aims to initiate a general public to scientific research and mathematics through games inspired by problems in Discrete Mathematics.