I am currently working at Materialize, a new streaming SQL materialized view engine. I will start as an Assistant Professor at UC Berkeley in Fall 2020 as part of the Data Systems and Foundations Group.
I work at the intersection of distributed systems, databases and security. I am currently looking for students. Please contact me if you are interested in working on distributed systems.
Previously, I was a visiting researcher at Cornell University, a student at MPI-SWS, and at the University of Cambridge. I also obtained my undergraduate degree in Cambridge.
In the more or less distant past, I worked at INRIA in the WHISPER team (2016, Paris, France), at Microsoft Research in the DMX group (2015, Redmond, USA), at Imperial College (2012, London, UK) in the Large-Scale Data & Systems Group, and at the Max Planck Institute for Software Systems in the Dependable Systems Group (2011, Saarbrucken, Germany). Before that, I worked on the JMEDS Framework for Web Services in Materna GmBH (2010, Dortmund, Germany). An even longer time ago, I took the French Baccalaureate (2008).
I am originally from the lovely area of Belleville, in Paris.
|Oct 7, 2019||Invited to the program committee of OSDI’2020|
|Jun 7, 2019||I will be joining UC Berkeley as an assistant professor in Fall 2020|
|Feb 22, 2019||Invited to the program committee of VLDB 2020|