Project ESPOIR 

I’m leader of the project ESPOIR of the french French Ministry of Agriculture and Alimentation. The project aims to structure a network of teachers from agricultural, landscape and veterinary faculties to promote the exchange and acquisition of knowledge and pedagogical skills among peers. The members of the network will bring a real added value to their institutions through the updating of pedagogical methods in their teaching and the dissemination of practices and these innovative methods to their colleagues.

I’m in charge of two teaching unit in Montpellier SupAgro.

Designing new crops for the Future P1100244

Global changes affect agriculture at the world level bringing questions about strategy shift in crop breeding and protection. Designing new crops for the Future aims to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to desingn new crop varieties and plant protection strategies.


Agroecology in depth knowledge IMG_1937

Agroecology is in full development and integrates knowledge from many sciences. At the end of the module Agroecology principals concepts the students will know the biological and ecological processes and the agronomic practices at the basis of an agroecological functioning of agrosystems. They will be able to identify and analyse the ecological processes it supports at various levels from the community to the farm level.

My teaching subject :

  • Agroecology
  • Ecophysioloy
  • General ecology
  • Functional Ecology


At the Institute National Polytechnique

2013-2014: Assistant Professor (Mathematics, Ecology, Agronomy)

2010 to 2013: Instructor on applied Mathematics and statistics.

  • Initiation to parametric and non-parametric statistical methods.
  • Initiation to the utilisation of the R software for describe quantitative and qualitative data and performed statistical tests.
  • Linear optimization methods – Augmented form, Duality, Simplex Algorithm.

University Paul Sabatier

2010:  Instructor on animal biology.

  • Initiation to scientific drawing and morphological study.