I am a Master’s student in Data Science at Stanford University within the Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering (ICME), and a research assistant in Prof. Nigam Shah’s group at Stanford Center for Biomedical Informatics Research (BMIR). Before joining Stanford, I obtained a Diplôme d’Ingénieur (MS) in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics from Ecole Polytechnique in France.
I’m passionate about new technologies and always eager to learn. I love building things using my computing skills, and am thrilled to combine that with my strong maths background. That’s why I found the perfect fit in the fields of Machine Learning and Data Analytics, looking for exciting and challenging projects. If you find something interesting to you here, feel free to reach out !
The goal of this project was to implement AI-based strategies for a tailor-made game of multiplayer snake, inspired by the popular online game slither.io. The main motivation was to assess the relative performance of adversarial strategies versus reinforcement learning and compare snake behaviors inherent to each. This game setting comprises a number of challenges, such as simultaneous player actions, multiple opponents and large state spaces. Most of all, there is no single conspicuous objective, making it difficult to predict the opponents’ best moves in search trees and makes RL policies very dependent on the strategies used for training.
Software Engineer Intern
MS in Data Science at ICME and research assistant at BMIR
Research Internship at Alfa Group
Co-founded a student association at Ecole Polytechnique to develop entrepreneurial activities
Diplome d’Ingenieur (MS) in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics
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