Théophile is a post-doctoral Research Associate at Cambridge University, and recently obtained his PhD from Université Paris-Saclay. His PhD project focussed on correlations in stationary and time-dependent Monte Carlo simulations for neutron transport.

His main research interests lie in the analytical and numerical analysis of the effect of variance reduction methods in Monte Carlo simulations, and more generally, in variance reduction methods, zero-variance (CADIS) methods for time-dependent simulations, and HPC applications. He also has an interest in the mathematical description of branching processes and related genealogical trees.

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