I am a second year PhD student in Computer Science in the LAMSADE Team of Paris Dauphine University. My PhD is supervised by Jérôme Lang and Dominik Peters. My PhD falls in the Computational Social Choice (COMSOC) field of computer sciences. Some of my main research topics are approval voting, liquid democracy, proportional systems under constraints, and more generally the axiomatic and experimental analysis of voting systems. In computer science, I'm also interested in data science, AI, databases, graph theory and many other fields. Some of my personal interests are drawing, coding and writing.