I am an Associate Professor in Computer Science at the University of Lorraine, France. My research interests are related to Natural Language Processing (in particular, grammar engineering, parsing, semantic construction), and Computing Science Teaching.
A more comprehensive description is available in my CV.
I teach computing science (unplugged or not) and digital tools for education to undergraduate students and lifelong trainees at INSPE (university School of Education). More details are available in the teaching page.
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 of the University of Orléans (IUT). I took part to the organization of the annual programming contest Challenge Lionel Martin of the IUT.
From May 2011 til September 2013, I was also a member of IRES Orléans (Research Institute in Science Teaching), where I was involved in the creation of the Computing Science group. From September 2015 until June 2019, I collaborated with the Maison pour la Science en Centre-Val de Loire to train primary and secondary school teachers to computing science using unplugged activities.
From October 2003 til April 2007, I was a PhD student at LORIA, working in the TALARIS team and supervised by Dr Claire Gardent. I spent some time in Office B224.
Laboratoire LORIA - Équipe SyNaLP - Bât. B (office B110)
Campus Scientifique BP 239 F-54506 Vandœuvre-lès-Nancy
tel. : +33 (0)3 54 95 86 58
INSPE de Lorraine, site de Nancy-Maxéville (office D207)
5 rue Paul Richard F-54320 Maxéville
tel. : +33 (0)3 72 74 22 68