The French non-profit Animath has organized events, tournaments and camps around mathematics for young students for the past twenty years. Every year since 2016, Animath has organized the Rendez-vous des Jeunes Mathématiciennes (RJM), which are week-ends giving high school girls insight into the world of mathematics. These events take place in several academic institutions and universities.
In 2018 and 2019, alongside Elodie Maignant and Marc Abboud, I organized the RJM at Ecole Normale Supérieure (Paris), where 25 students took part in various activities: research workshops, conferences, speedmeetings with woman mathematicians etc.
In 2020, alongside Marc Abboud, I coached a team formed during the RJM 2019 for the Tournoi Français des Jeunes Mathématiciens et Mathématiciennes (TFJM^2), a math tournament also organized by Animath. Congrats to the team – Anna, Cha, Lucie, Marie, Mathilde and Sidonie – for winning the tournament!
Savoir Pour Tous
In 2017 I participated in the non-profit Savoir Pour Tous and gave a lecture to high school students on the subject of infinity in mathematics. In particular, I addressed the following question: are there more real numbers than integers?
During my years at Ecole Normale Supérieure, I had the chance to participate in the math club Parimaths. The goal of this club, which is organized by ENS graduate students, is to present undergraduate mathematical topics to motivated high school students. I wrote notes for some of the lectures I gave: