I am a computer science PhD student since September 2014, under the supervision of Bruno Salvy. Funded by the ENS de Lyon, I work more precisely in the AriC team, at the LIP laboratory, in Lyon.

My field of interest is Computer Algebra, that is how to represent exact mathematical (infinite) objects in a (finite) computer memory, and how to perform operations on them. At the moment, I particularly try to use computer algebra to explore continued fractions expansions formulas.

# In more details

My work takes place in the world of series with complex coefficients. The associated functions of a complex variable are ubiquitous in mathematical physics and combinatorics. More precisely, I study their rational approximations, in the shape of continued fractions.

In this field, my long-term motivations are:

- automatizing the discoveries and proofs of formulas,
- providing generic but efficient evaluation procedures.

# Related

This work relates to different projects, as you can see in a presentation by Bruno Salvy (July 2014).

More specifically, my work directly relates to:

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