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I am currently a software engineer working in the field of medical images somewhere in Switzerland. Right before that, I was a post-doctoral researcher at TIMC-IMAG working on introducing multi-camera system in laparoscopic surgery. Prior to this position I was an research engineer in both CVLab and LSME at EPFL. I was working on 3D reconstruction of dislocations seen in STEM tomography images. Before that I spent some times as R&D Intern at Weta Digital and as a PhD Student at INRIA Rhône-Alpes, in the Morpheo group (previously in Perception). During my PhD, my main research topic is multi-view stereo reconstruction and 4D tracking of non-rigid objects. I was working under the supervision of Edmond Boyer. Before coming to Grenoble I recieved a B.Sc. degree in computer science from university of Angers and a M.Sc. degree in computer vision and image processing from university Paul Sabatier in Toulouse. I did my master's internship in the TCI group at IRIT on "Planes segmentation using simultaneous estimation of inter-images homographies".

When I'm not at the lab, you may find me skiing, hiking or rock climbing depending on the season...