I am a second-year PhD student in the Willow team of Inria and École Normale Supérieure (ENS) and ALMAnaCH team of Inria. I am supervised by Ivan Laptev, Rachel Bawden, Benoît Sagot and Cordelia Schmid. I am currently working on improving machine translation systems with additional visual context such as images or videos. More broadly, my research interests include Natural Language Processing (with a focus on multimodality), Computer Vision and Brain Computer Interface. Before starting my PhD, I have received an engineering degree from ENSAE Paris and a MSc degree in Mathematics, Vision and Learning from ENS Paris-Saclay in 2021.


  • September 2023: I joined Google DeepMind as a Student Researcher.

  • May 2023: Our paper "Tackling Ambiguity with Images: Improved Multimodal Machine Translation and Contrastive Evaluation" has been accepted at ACL 2023! Check out the preprint version here.

  • December 2022: New preprint out! Check out how we handled cases of lexical ambiguity in machine translation with additional visual inputs here.

  • November 2021: I joined Willow and ALMAnaCH teams of Inria as a PhD student.