Having spent most of my graduates times abroad doing internships in various places (Harvard University/MGH, Heidelberg), I didn’t have the chance yet to help my supervisor as an assistant (T.F. or T.A.) with undergraduate courses. Nevertheless, I am now preparing to be a T.A. (teaching assistant) in Heidelberg next September for my fellowship over there.

On the other hand, I have spent a considerable amount of time giving conferences on the work that the collaboration have produced. You can find a list of those conferences here.

Summer 2015. Oral Presentation, Anaheim, American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM). Patient-specific proton stopping powers estimation by combining proton radiography and prior-knowledge x-ray CT information

Summer 2015. Poster Presentation, Anaheim, American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM).

Developing a phenomenological model of the proton trajectory within a heterogeneous medium required for proton imaging

Spring 2014.
Oral Presentation, Quebec, IMWC – Quebec 2014.
On-line relative stopping power optimisation using multiple angle proton radiography and SECT prior-knowledge information

Spring 2013. Oral Presentation, Montreal, Canadian Organization Medical Physicists (COMP).
Quantifying the impact of seeds orientations in LDR prostate brachytherapy

Spring 2013. Oral Presentation, Indianapolis, American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM). 

Quantifying the impact of calcifications and seeds orientations in prostate brachytherapy.

Spring 2013. Oral Presentation, Geneva, European Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology (ESTRO).
Effects of calcification in post-planification dosimetry for LDR prostate seed brachytherapy treatment.

Spring 2013. Poster Presentation, New Orleans, American Brachytherapy Society (ABS).
Effects of seeds orientation in post-planification dosimetry for LDR treatment

Fall 2012. Oral Presentation, Ottawa, Association Québécoise des Physiciens Médicaux Clinique (AQPMC) .
Calcification and Low-Dose Rate Brachytherapy : A MonteCarlo Simulation Analysis.

Fall 2012. Oral Presentation, Quebec, Laval University, Student presentation competition.
Intercalibration in situ de la pseudorapidité des évènements dans le détecteur ATLAS de l’expérience LHC.

Fall 2010. Oral Presentation, Halifax, Canadian Undergraduate Physics Conference (CUPC).
On polycrystalline diamond characterization as a replacement elementary particle detector for the Forward Calorimeter detector in the ATLAS experiment at the LHC.

Please find more information on my Google Scholar pageResearch Gate

Please visit my personal github and feel free to comment/use all my available open-source code.