I am a Ph.D. student at Université Paris Diderot and Inria, in the Cambium team. I started my Ph.D. in 2019, under the supervision of Xavier Leroy, on writing a verified and efficient convertibility test for Coq.

About me

My résumé is available here (ici en français).

You can contact me by sending an email to (λxyzw. w.y@z.x) fr courant inria nathanael (hint). You can also contact me on IRC, where I am known as nore on Freenode1 and as Inductive_nat on ulminfo. I am also on Mastodon as @nore@framapiaf.org.

My software projects can be found on GitHub, GitLab, Framagit and Inria GitLab.

My name is pronounced /na.ta.na.ɛl ku.ʁɑ̃/. If you do not know the International Phonetic Alphabet, /n/, /t/, /l/ and /k/ are pronounced as the corresponding letter in English, the /a/ here is pronounced a bit like the a in cat, the /ɛ/ is like the e in bed, the closest equivalent of /ʁ/ in English is /ɹ/ like the r in very, the /u/ is pronounced like the oo in soon, and /ɑ̃/ is the ant at the end of croissant, but I am fine with it being pronounced /ɑnt/, since not many languages have nasal vowels.

  1. I usually set user mode +R, so you will need to identify on Freenode if you want to send me a private message.