Kaspar Ravel for this picture.
Starting a Ph.D under the supervision of Stanislas Dehaene at PSL/Collège de France, with a lab at NeuroSpin, CEA. Working title: “The cognitive representation of structured sequences: an exploration of humans’ outstanding capacity for abstraction through non representative geometry”.
During the course of my higher education, I was a visiting researcher for half a year in the following places:
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“Library Learning for Neurally-Guided Bayesian Program Induction”, one paper accepted, moving toward more cognitive science stuff, ongoing.
Reasoners as mini-scientists: hypothesis testing and pragmatics. Two articles in prep. from this work.
Internship at NeuroSpin with Stanislas Dehaene, working on behavioural research and psychophysics of structured sequences in the visual modality. Academic report bellow, there is an article in prep..
A dinner at Ligia, Greece with Félicien.
There’s a french blog about it. I went sailing and climbing for a whole year with a friend.
Internship in Oxford, UK with Luke Ong, working on semantics of meta-programming and translations from/to other paradigms withing lambda-calculus. Academic report bellow.
Internship in INRIA, Lille with Romaric Gaudel, working on machine learning and cold-start versions of the multi-armed bandit problem. Academic report bellow.
Whenever I can, here and there, cliffs, rocks, indoor, boulder or just trees.
Playing around breaking stuff to understand how it works. A few selected examples:
Structural compression of visual input?
Spare time electronic stuff.