As of September 2017, I am an Associate Professor in Computer Science (CS) working at the University of Lorraine, France. I am a member of the SyNaLP team hosted by LORIA research laboratory. My research interests are related to Natural Language Processing (in particular, grammar engineering, parsing, semantic construction), and Computing Science Teaching. I am currently involved in the following research projects:
PARSEME-FR - ANR Project (2015-2020, local coordinator)
PIAF - EU Erasmus+ Project (2018-2021, local coordinator)
From September 2009 til September 2017, I was a member of LIFO, the CS lab of the university of Orléans (which still is my secondary affiliation). I taught CS to undergraduate students at the University Institute of Technology (IUT) and was a member of the organizing committee of the Programming Contest of the IUT d'Orléans.
From May 2011 til September 2013, I was also a member of IRES Orléans (Research Institute in Science Teaching), where I took part in the creation of the Computing Science group. As of September 2015, I work with the Maison pour la Science Centre-Val de Loire to help primary school teachers to promote CS (as a science) to kids.
From October 2003 til April 2007, I was a PhD student at LORIA, Nancy and spent some time in Office B224. In 2007-2008, I was a post-doctoral research fellow at University of Tübingen, in the Emmy-Noether group of collaborative research center SFB 441.
A more comprehensive description is available in my CV.