My research area is algebraic combinatorics. More specifically, I study spectral properties (eigenvalues, eigenvectors) of random walks corresponding to card shuffling. I explain this in the following excerpts from national media (in French):

My Ph.D. thesis, defended in November 2019, was about two families of shuffles, called the symmetrized shuffling operators. The focus was the eigenvalues. My advisor was Franco Saliola.

My master’s thesis was in combinatorics on words, and more specifically about palindromes. My advisors were Srecko Brlek and Xavier Provençal.

Recently, I also got interested into dynamical algebraic combinatorics, the study of combinatorial actions and their orbits.

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