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Work Experience

since 2019

Potsdoctoral Fellow at the Micro Air Vehicle Laboratory (MAVLab)
Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Aerospace Enginering. Delft, The Netherlands.
Development of bio-inspired strategies for obstacle avoidance maneuvers with drones.

2015 - 2018

PhD Student at the Institute of Movement Sciences (ISM)
Aix Marseille University, Biorobotics Department. Marseille, France.
Bio-inspired autonomous navigation applied to a hexapod robot.


Research Internship - ETIS CNRS UMR 8051 - Neurocybernetics Team
Hand gripping ability development on a humanoid hand with 9 degrees of freedom, designed by Schunk, for the humanoid hydraulic robot Tino, collectively developed by BIA, LISV, ETIS and ENSEA.


Research Internship - ETIS CNRS UMR 8051 - Neurocybernetics Team
C# drivers writting, 3D-modelling and neural control of a humanoid robotic hand.


Research Internship - ETIS CNRS UMR 8051 - Image Processing Team
Implementation of Dijkstra algorithm for stereo-vision detected obstacles' avoidance for a 6 degrees of freedom robotic arm.

Supervision and Teaching


Supervision of 4 master students
Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering
Micro Air Vehicle Laboratory, Delft, The Netherlands.
~64hours/year for master students.


Teacher in Signal Processing, Motion Capture and Web Design
Aix-Marseille University, Faculty of Sport Sciences, Marseille, France.
192 hrs for master students.


Supervision of 1 master student
ISM Biorobotics Lab., Marseille, France.
Real-time optic flow for obstacle detection and avoidance.

Awards and Honors


Winner of the Embedded IoT Prize
Trophées des Assises de l'Embarqué - Embedded France


Best paper award
Living Machines Conference


Best paper award
European Conference on Mobile Robotics


Merit Scholarship
University of Cergy-Pontoise, Paris Area, France.
One-year funding : 7000€


2015 - 2019

PhD Student in Bio-Robotics
Aix-Marseille University, Marseille, France.
Supervisors : Stéphane Viollet and Julien Serres.

Jun. - Jul. 2017

Neuromorphic Vision Engineering Workshop
Telluride, Colorado, USA.
Format: background lectures on systems and cognitive neuroscience (in particular sensory processing, learning and memory, motor systems and attention), practical tutorials on emerging hardware design, mobile robots, hands-on projects, and special interest groups.

Dec. 2015

MSc Degree in Electronics and Informatics
ENSEA, French Engineering School, Institut Polytechnique Grand Paris, Paris Area, France.
Disciplines : Analog and Numerical Electronics, Automation, Robotics, Signal Processing, HMI, C/C++/Java Programming, Medical Physics, Image Processing (X-ray Tomography, fMRI).

Sep. 2015

MSc Degree in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
University of Cergy-Pontoise, Paris Area, France.
Disciplines : Neural Networks, Machine-learning,Computer Vision, Algorithmics, HMI, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Wavelets and Signal Processing.