About me


I obtained an Master of Engineering in 2010 from the National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA) , Lyon, France and an M.Sc degree in 2011 from the University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris, France. I obtained my Ph.D in Computer Science in 2015 from the University of Caen, France. During it, I worked on active perception using multiagent systems. Since 2016, I have been a post-doctoral researcher in the Machine Perception and Interaction Lab, in the Center for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems. My research topics include epistemic planning, probabilistic planning and reasoning and multi-agent systems. I am specifically interested in Human-Machine Purposeful Communication and collaboration.

I believe AI has a huge potential to help and make life easier for all of us but especially for persons with disabilities and special needs. I wish my research may be used in this direction and therefore my main application areas are e-health and assisted daily living.


Some personal background

I am French and moved to Sweden in 2016. I speak French and English fluently, enough Swedish to order a fika and far less German than I wished.

When I am not in the Lab, I enjoy doing geeky things such as playing video and board games or building electronic stuff. I also enjoy leaving my apartment sometimes to practice some sport and sing.

I am (trying to be) an active member of French communities promoting scientific skepticism, as it is, in my opinion, the best way we found to avoid mistakes and build reliable knowledge.

I also try to popularize Artificial Intelligence in my blog : Jenny’s AI-land.

I have participated to different events of science popularization about AI:

I am also a member of the collective No Fake Science, which advocates for better coverage of science in French Speaking Media.

Some links