After computer science studies, I completed a Master of Science in computer science and applied mathematics at La Rochelle University in 2005. This same year, I started a Ph.D. in the field of underwater robot vision at Western Brittany University (Brest, France). I defended my Ph.D. in 2008. Then, from 2009 to 2011, I have been working on vision-based SLAM and mobile robots navigation at ENSTA ParisTech (Paris, France). Then, I joined the Italian Institute of Technology in Genoa (Italy) to integrate my work on SLAM and navigation to a hydraulically actuated quadruped robot named HyQ designed to navigate autonomously on rough terrain. At IIT, I lead the perception team from 2011 to 2015. After 4 years in Italy, I came back to France in 2015. I integrated Ecole des Mines de Nantes (France)as a researcher to work on the EU H2020 project subCULTron whose objective was to monitor the underwater environment. I worked on electric sense-based perception for underwater robots. Finally, in 2017, I got a permanent position at the University of Haute Alsace as assistant professor. Today, in the IRIMAS lab, I work on the integration of perception systems on industrial robots and autonomous cars in particular I am interrested by light-field vision system.
Here is my detailed CV in English: CV1.pdf
Here is my detailed CV in French: CV2.pdf