About Me

I am currently a Visiting Student Researcher at UC Berkeley in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), and I am looking for a PhD position starting in Fall 2024. My main interests in research are operating systems architecture, scheduling, and distributed systems.

Research Experience

My work at UC Berkeley consists of designing a fair, leaderless ordering service, which I have done under the supervision of Natacha Crooks. Before that, I transformed xv6 into a multikernel at Telecom SudParis/IP Paris in France with Gaël Thomas and Mathieu Bacou. I have also had a previous research experience at the University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland, making SGX switchless calls efficient and configless, which led to the publication of a paper in DSN 2023.

Teaching Experience

While I was an undergraduate student, I helped prepare materials for a graduate class on operating systems architecture. We based our work on the xv6 booklet from MIT. After I translated it into French, I sent back improvements, which were acknowledged in the updated booklet.

Activities and Interests

Aside from trying to figure out the best solution to a problem, I do music, and I love that! I have taken piano lessons for about 15 years and am currently playing in a jazz band named Groovie Boulga. I also completed four years of a firefighter training program that I stopped once I entered college.

Feel free to contact me if you want to talk about my research interests, music, or even about what makes you happy in life; I always enjoy exchanging cool tips!