About Me

About Me

Hi and welcome to my personal site!

I am Julie, and I am currently a postdoctoral researcher within the Chair of Theoretical Computer Science at University of Regensburg.

My work focuses on automated deduction, especially on designing decision procedures (parallelization in first-order logic, application to other logics or theories) and interactions between interactive and automated tools. I did my PhD at University of Montpellier, during which I developed the Goéland theorem prover.

I am also very involved into sciences promotion (and the endless quest to find out who killed Agatha). Finally, I am a huge fan of puzzles, especially Rubik’s Cube, I like to traumatize my interns, and I bake delicious cookies!

You can find more information in my CV (last update: March 2024).