I'm currently post-doc between the Perception, Representation, Image, Sound, Music lab (PRISM) and the Laboratoire d'Informatique & Systèmes lab (LIS) in Marseille through the Institute of Language Communication & the Brain (ILCB) of Aix-Marseille University. I'm advised by Richard Kronland-Martinet (PRISM) and Valentin Emiya & Stéphane Ayache (LIS).

My research aims to better understand what a sound is. Yes, it's tough! What properties of these tiny physical vibrations make them so meaningful for humans beings, and conversely, how humans actively probe this acoustic matter to evolve properly in the world? In a more pragmatic perspective, I'm using analysis by sound synthesis with perceptually inspired (or not) mathematical representations of sounds combined with original experimental and computational approaches to better understand Sounds.

I'm grateful having been advised by Daniel Pressnitzer & Christian Lorenzi at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris, Stephen McAdams & Philippe Depalle in the Music Perception & Cognition lab at McGill University in Montreal, and by Sølvi Ystad & Mistuko Aramaki at the CNRS Mechanics and Acoustic Lab of Marseille.