Biography

I am a PhD student working on quantum computing at LIRMM and CERFACS. My research interests includes quantum algorithms, tools related to quantum computing (profilers, compilers, …), algorithmic complexity and how quantum computing may speed-up scientific computing in general.

Interests
  • Algorithmic complexity
  • Data structures
  • Quantum computing
  • Scientific computing
  • Mathematics
  • Science fiction
  • Basket-Ball
  • Mangas
  • Trips abroad
Education
  • PhD in Quantum Computing, 2022

    University of Montpellier

  • Master of Science, 2018

    MSIAM, Grenoble-Alpes University

  • Engineering school, 2018

    ENSIMAG

  • Preparatory class to "Grandes Écoles", 2015

    La Prépa des INP

Skills

Python

Daily usage in a professional environment, publication of several medium-sized packages to PyPi.

Mathematics

Daily exposition to algorithmic complexity analysis or linear algebra.

Linux

Daily user loving the ricing philosophy.

Git

Medium/Advanced user of git loving Magit.

Gitlab

All my personal projects are now located on Gitlab. Basic usage of the Gitlab continuous integration and Gitlab’s Docker container registry.

Emacs

Regular user. See my configuration.

French

Native language

English

Fluent both orally and in writting

Japanese

Beginner

Experience

 
 
 
 
 
PhD Student
Nov 2019 – Present Toulouse

PhD performed in tri-partite collaboration between CERFAS, LIRMM and Total.

Research focused on quantum algorithms and their potential applications to any field of scientific computing. Particular emphasis made on PDE and linear algebra.

 
 
 
 
 
Summer PhD intern
Jun 2021 – Sep 2021 New-Mexico (teleworking from Toulouse, France)

Highly selective program (summer school) of 10 weeks. Conducted a research project under the supervision of Carleton Coffrin, Marc Vuffray, Andrey Lokhov, Jon Nelson and Lukasz Cincio.

The school is organised by Patrick Coles, Lukasz Cincio, Yigist Subasi, Daniel O’Malley and Jamie Lattimore.

 
 
 
 
 
Engineer
Oct 2018 – Sep 2019 Toulouse

Research focused on Hamiltonian simulation.

  • Implementation of a Hamiltonian simulation procedure using product formulas.
  • Implementation of a quantum wave equation solver.
 
 
 
 
 
Intern
Feb 2018 – Jul 2018 Toulouse

Performed a state of the art of the existing algorithms in quantum computing.

The goal of this internship was to start looking into quantum computing to figure out if this field might be interesting for CERFACS. Particular emphasis on CFD problems and more generally on PDEs.

Projects

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qprof

qprof

A gprof implementation for quantum programs

Quantum wave equation solver

Quantum wave equation solver

The first PDE solver implemented on a quantum computer!

QatHS

QatHS

Quantum Hamiltonian Simulation – implementation of Hamiltonian Simulation algorithms

HHL 4x4

HHL 4x4

Implementation of the HHL algorithm for a fixed matrix.

qasm2image

qasm2image

Visualisation tool to export quantum circuits to SVG.

Recent Publications