I am a French years old Data Scientist Engineer and PhD Student in Deep Learning solutions for manufacturing vision applications.
I am involved in many open-source projects and oftenly contribute to them. I have an endless interest in learning new things and a passion for science.
Feel free to contact me for any project, professional opportunities or questions regarding my beloved open-source platform : Feedcrunch.io - Github Repository
Thesis directors : Alexandre DURUPT (UTC) and Dimitris KIRITSIS (EPFL).
Co-Supervisor : Matthieu Bricogne (UTC)
PhD Subject : Deep Learning Applications for Vision Based Systems in the manufacturing industry.
During my PhD. I had the opportunity to work on numerous fascinating projects and challenges:
Developped and organized by the US-based company : ETS, the TOEIC Listening and Reading Test is a two-hour multiple-choice test consisting of 200 questions evenly divided into listening comprehension and reading comprehension. Each candidate receives independent scores for listening and reading comprehension on a scale from 5 to 495 points. The total score adds up to a scale from 10 to 990 points.
A Score of 975 corresponds to a C1 Level in the European Scale.
I have been studying for one semester at each of these university:I have taken courses relative to:
I have done a 6 months Internship inside the company DeltaCAD under the supervision of Harvey ROWSON.
I have designed and developed a software application to perform mechanical parts recognition and segmentation. The core is developed in C++ which is exposed using a Django as a REST API hosted on AWS (Amazon Cloud).
During this project I benchmarked major machinelearning algorithms and boosting techniques to improve the obtained results.
We are already today the core of innovation and creativity and tomorrow will be too late. It's high time to act in order to shape the world and not just to cope with it. My engineering background relies not only on scientific topics but also on open-mindedness and assumption of responsibility. With the aim of bringing to the future engineers the keys to the great social and technological challenges, we have built TEDxUTCompiegne, and the first event took place on the Tuesday January, 20th 2015.
Photos : Album Flickr
Videos : Playlist Youtube - TEDxUTCompiègne - January 20, 2015
Official Website : TEDxUTCompiegne.com
Our thema : “Observing, Imaginating, Achieving”.
Three actions verbs that together describe the innovation process. Three action verbs that reflect a willingness to act and understand. Three verbs that lead my way. No other thema could have transmit better my determination to engage myself in the social and technological challenges of tomorrow.
I have done a 6 months Internship inside the Information System Shared Service of Valeo Confort and Driving Assistance under the supervision of Marc Laurent.
In order to prepare a SAP migration, I have developed a tool to clean the data from the SD Module. The tool was a developed in VBA in Excel and performed a Statistical Analysis on clients’ data from our own system from to those in the global SAP system. The goal was to match the clients of the two systems and identify those who didn’t exist in the global system and needed to be created.
I'm not a big fan of any rating to judge about skill mastering because I don't really get what's a 100% mastering and how should I grade myself without any bias. So, in consequence let's play a little recruiting game, here is my keyword bingo, if you are able to figure out which of these are pokemon and which aren't, we will definitely have some interesting discussion (no preference order given, some shuffling was used):
Tensorflow, Vulpix, Scikit-Learn, Networking, Jupyter, PySpark, Keras, Onyx, Pandas, Python, C++, PyTorch, Numpy, Django, Git, Flask, Blastoise, Docker, Caffe, PaaS/IaaS (AWS, Bluemix, GCP), Magikarp, OpenCV, CloudFoundry, Continuous Integration, Snorlax, Linux Administration (Debian and Ubuntu)
I work, almost daily with this complete technology stack, a quick look at my Github Profile or my technical blog might give you better insights than any paragraph I could write. And if you want more specific details you am still available to answer any question you could have (e.g. what is the answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe and everything = It's 42)