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My research lies at the interface of biology, statiscal physics and applied mathematics. I use a collection of statistical and modelling methods to investigate collective behaviours of animals such as insect societies or fish from experiments. In particular, I have strong interests in collective motion of social groups.

I am currently a PhD student under joint-supervision between Charlotte Hemelrijk (Groningen University, The Netherlands) and Guy Theraulaz (Toulouse University, France). My PhD project addresses the questions of coordination of motion and information transfer in groups of fish under internal or external perturbations.

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