System Integrator at ICA

June 2015 - today

I am one of the original IT of the ICA start up. We develop big-compute technologies and BI for financial risk analysis. We use all the new cloud tech that can help us leverage some very high computing and distributed data challenges.

I am one of the leading architect at the ICA. My role span from distributed computing to pricing of derivative products and financial metrics. One of my main specialty is to cope with all expertise of the companies. And as such, I have a central position regarding the design of the main computational workflow.

big-data, cloud, kafka, spark, database, clickhouse, cassandra, web-service, financial-analytics, java, scala, monte-carlo, simulation
Engineer at Zenith, INRIA

October 2014 - May 2015

Integration of dataset from several provider, mixing of those data set, and development of web services for the xdata and Sifr project.

big-data, cloud, data-integration, database, web-service, java, spark, spring, hadoop, ontology, sementic-web
Postdoc at Virtual Plants, INRIA

September 2011 - September 2014

I worked on a research project to automate the extraction of root system architecture of plants from image sequences. This work was part of on the RhizoScan project. And I participated to the development of the RSML file format

biological-data, image-analysis, video-analysis, graph-theory, user-interface, python
Teaching assistant at Université de Nice Sophia-Antipolis

September 2010 - August 2011

Research

I participated on a project to study the measurement of paramecium ciliary beating from video.

Teaching

biological-data, video-analysis, spectral-analysis, matlab
Postdoc at LadHyX, Ecole Polytechnique

January 2009 - March 2010

The goal of my research is to provide a metrological study comparing well-known algorithms to compute the optical flow of video sequences. In particular, we are interested by videos of plants motion (more specifically single trees) which represent particularly complex cases for image processing techniques. This work is part of a larger research project studying the bio-mechanics of plants. Here I focused on developing a method to study plant dynamics and structure using video data.

Through this project, I have coded the CR matlab toolbox containing a set of algorithms that allows the extraction of motion data out of video sequences. This toolbox proposes a user friendly interface designed to be used by scientists who are not specialized in image processing.

This post-doc is founded by the ANR research project Chêne-Roseau.

biological-data, video-analysis, spectral-analysis, user-interface, matlab
Ph.D at Evasion, INRIA

September 2005 - December 2008

I have done a PhD at Evasion, INRIA under the supervision of Lionel Reveret. I studied methods to generate the motion for virtual plants. Two main approaches have been explored:

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biological-data, video-analysis, spectral-analysis, clustering, finit-element, simulation, mocap, c++, opengl, matlab