I am the principal investigator of the project Stack inertia in moduli spaces of curves and motives which is part of the research program SPP1786 on homotopy theory and algebraic geometry coordinated by M. Levine. My previous position was with Michael Weiss' Leray AG in Algebraic Topology at WW Universität Münster, and then in Michael Dettweiler's team of Number Theory at Bayreuth Universität in Germany. My defended my PhD at the Institut of Mathematics of Jussieu - PRG - Paris 6 University Pierre and Marie Curie in the group Analyse Algébrique, where I was also a member of the european network GTEM (Galois Theory and Explicit Methods).

Research

My research interests focus on the Arithmetic Geometry of moduli spaces of curves, and more specially on properties related to the stack inertia. My work deals with both groups theoretic aspects -- with properties of mapping class groups, (generalized) braids groups, bonté or Lanne's T-functor cohomological properties -- and geometric aspects -- with G-covers, deformations functors and components of stratifications. My motivations comes from the intertwining of geometry and group theory as for example in Grothendieck-Teichmüller theory, or the study of hyperplans arrangments and Dynkin lego.

I rencently turn my interest towards the proalgebraic side of the theory in relation with mixed Tate motives and the motivic homotopy theory.

Keywords. arithmetic geometry, Grothendieck-Teichmüller theory, mapping class group, stack of moduli spaces of curves and G-covers, group cohomology, generalized braid groups, hyperplans arrangments, Dynkin diagrams.

Publications

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Papers

Thesis : Groupes de Grothendieck-Teichmüller et inertie champêtre des espaces de modules de courbes de genre zéro et un.

Teaching




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