About me

I graduated from the Ensimag (engineering school in applied mathematics and computer science) in 2015.

I then obtained my PhD in applied mathematics in 2018 at the Jean Kuntzmann Laboratory in Grenoble, France. I was under the supervision of Dominique Attali, Quentin Mérigot and Boris Thibert and worked on solving inverse problems arising in optics using methods based on semi-discrete optimal transport and tools from computational geometry (such as Laguerre and Power diagrams). The figure below illustrates one of the problems I worked on.

SIGGRAPH 2018 Banner
Example of lens design for a collimated light source and a RGB target image (the banner of the SIGGRAPH Asia 2018 conference).

I was also a postdoctoral researcher at the LIRIS laboratory under the supervision of Tristan Roussillon. I worked on improving plane-probing algorithms for estimating normal vectors on digital planes and digital surfaces.

Estimated normals on a digitization of a torus Estimated normals on a digital surface
Left: estimated normals using a plane-probing algorithm on a digitization of a torus. Right: estimated normals on a digital surface.

I am now an IT consultant at Adentis and am working with different companies around Grenoble in France.

Some of the programs I have developed can be found on my GitHub page and my resume can be found in English or in French.

On a less serious side, I'm quite interested in the Japanese language, click here if you want to know more.