As a student at ENS, I joined the computer science department in 2019.
In addition to my M1 in theoretical computer science, I am interested in the arts and participate in many theater projects. I try to bring my expertise to digital humanities projects. I discovered that this facet of computer science was widely represented at the ENS thanks to the Observatoire des humanités numériques.
This year I am working with Gregory Chatonsky, a visual artist who is very interested in digital creation methods. I am also working with Zoé Brioude on an artistic project about the dreams of our contemporaries processed by algorithms trained on the internet, the great collective unconscious.