I am originally a PhD student in Linguistics at Structures Formelles du Langage – UMR 7023 CNRS/Paris 8 working on «Minimalist Grammars and application to linguistic descriptions» under supervision of Alain Lecomte.
I have a Master of Advanced Studies in Linguistics with a thesis on «Evaluations strategies in Natural Language Processing» (supervised by Marcel Cori) and a Professional Master in Computational Linguistics from University of Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense.
Previously, I worked as Assistant Research Intern for XPERO project at the Department of Computer Science, Mathematics, and Science of The American University of Paris.
I was also Evaluator at ELDA – Evaluations and Language resources Distribution Agency for the Cross Language Evaluation Forum (CLEF) evaluation campaign 2009.
I was a visiting student at Natural Language Processing Group, Pompeu Fabra University where I developed linguistic resources for French within MARQUIS project.
Before my PhD studies, I worked as Knowledge Administrator at Colombus Consulting in Paris.