I am a French Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Michigan, mainly working on simulation models for population genetics and phylogeography.
I love to collaborate with a bunch of people:
- biologists who come with some data and a broad question about Nature,
- mathematicians who help to precise the question,
- statisticians who help to design the tools to obtain an answer from the data.
- software developers who know how to efficiently translate all of the former to a computer.
My role is gathering information from these communities so I can implement the required software.
As an illustration, I maintain Quetzal, a C++ template library easing the development of population genetics simulators based on gene genealogies.