I have a selected memory for useless things.
I completed my Ph.D. in Mathematics at the Mathematical Institute of Marseille at the University of Aix-Marseille, under the supervision of Yves Aubry and David Kohel. I defended my thesis entitled “Algebraic geometry codes from surfaces over finite fields” on June 18, 2020. You can find a copy of my thesis here.
My research interests lie in Algebraic and Arithmetic Geometry as long as in Number Theory and Coding Theory.
I work with algebraic curves and algebraic surfaces defined over finite fields, with applications to algebraic geometry codes. I am also interested in the study of abelian surfaces with some extra structure and of abelian varieties over finite fields. Besides, I am keen to deepen the connection within coding theory and cryptography, and number theory and cryptography. Finally, I am passionate about the quest for maximal algebraic curves.
Exciting news! Starting from September I will be a postdoctoral researcher at LIX (Laboratoire d’Informatique de l’École Polytechnique) and will work on a joint project between teams GRACE and MAX funded by the French AID (Agence de l’Innovation de Défense).