I was born in Brussels, Belgium in 1989 and spent about half of my childhood living in Brussels and the other half living in Germany. I graduated from the European School Brussels III in 2007 and went on to study Mathematics with Economics at UCL. I finished my undergraduate studies in 2011 and started a PhD in Applied Mathematics under the supervision of Mason Porter at the OCIAM, University of Oxford which I completed in 2016 (thesis). I have since worked as a postdoc at Indiana University Bloomington with Santo Fortunato and I am currently a postdoc at the ISI Foundation in Turin, working with Yamir Moreno and Laetitia Gauvin. I took a break in 2018 to take care of my daughter after she was born.
My main research interests are related to Network Science and Data Analysis. Key themes of my research are:
- Temporal networks, Multiplex networks
- Generative models
- Community detection in multilayer networks
Interaction between network structure and dynamics
- Local community detection
- Network thresholding
- Network embedding
- Multiscale structure
- Applications of (multilayer) community detection to data clustering
- Consensus clustering
- Applications to economics, sociology, and neuroscience
I am currently on the job market so if you have an interesting proposition do not hesitate to contact me.