Hello ! I am Lilian Besson, teacher-coder at Kléber high school in Strasbourg (France) in the MP2I class, since September 2021.
Before starting to work in CPGE (prépa) I taught at ENS Rennes for two years.
I am professor "agrégé" in mathematics, and former student in mathematics and computer science from ENS de Cachan.
I am a passionate programmer, ecologist and open-source enthusiast, and currently professor in computer science in classes préparatoires MP2I in 2021 in France.
I also love to cook and meet people, to travel and exchange, to bike or hike,
and to play Magic: the Gathering (really awesome Trading Cards Game).
From August 2019 to August 2021, I was a junior professor (agrégé) at ENS Rennes, in charge of the class preparing the "agrégation" national exam, with a major in mathematics and a minor in computer science, level M2, and in charge of lectures for introduction and advanced algorithms.
Between October 2016 and November 2019:
- I was pursuing my PhD at CentraleSupélec (SCEE team, IETR lab) in Rennes (France), with Christophe Moy and Émilie Kaufmann (CNRS & Inria, SequeL team, CRIStAL lab, at Lille). My PhD is on multi-players multi-arms bandits models applied to radio-telecommunication, especially Internet-of-Things problems. I defended in November, and I now hold a PhD in telecommunications. My PhD thesis is here and the slides used for my defense are there.
- And I was teaching theoretical computer science at ENS Rennes (for a class preparing for the "agrégation" national exam, level M2) and ENSAI (complexity and calculabilty, level L3).