Note: this post is the first of a set of articles aiming to present some key problematic in modern Distributed Computing abstractions.
I am a Ph.D student in Computer Science at the University of Pennsylvania, SEAS, advised by Prof. Boon Thau Loo and Prof. Linh T. X. Phan . I am a member of the Distributed Systems Laboratory. I completed my M.S at Duke University, wrote my thesis under Prof. Benjamin C. Lee supervision, and had the luck to count Prof. Jeff Chase and Prof. Bruce Maggs in my dissertation committee. My research interest lays in the broad area of Distributed Systems, with a focus on resource management in datacenters under adversarial conditions. Before that, I've been studying Information Technologies at l'Ecole Supérieure d'Informatique in France, and been a software engineer for a couple of years in the French startup Hedera Technology. Apart from Computer Science, I enjoy sciences in general, music, dance, traveling, history, and much more.