Keywords: Bayesian statistics, computational statistics, Monte-Carlo methods, Markov random fields, model selection, approximate Bayesian computation (ABC), composite likelihood.
Since September 2017, I am a Maître de Conférences (Lecturer) at Université Paris-Dauphine. I work in applied and computational statistics within the CEREMADE. I am particularly interested in designing Monte Carlo scheme (MCMC, HMC and ABC) for Bayesian inference on intractable statistical models such as discrete Markov random fields.
I am also developing with Pierre Pudlo and Nial Friel the R-package GiRaF which aims at performing statistical analysis of discrete Markov random fields.