After a multidisciplinary formation in Transport Enginnering and in Physics (Machine Learning, Statistics, Complex Systems), I completed a joint PhD on the retrieval of Link-Origin-Destination matrices from Bluetooth data, within the Smart Transport Research Centre (Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane) and the SISYPHE department at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon.
I am now working at the ZHAW as a post-doc, searching innovative solutions for industrial system predictive maintenance.
When I am not digging databases, I like to go out for some fresh air, climbing or hikking, to play volleyball or to jump in the water and say hello to the marine life.
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter • February 2017 - current
Applying Data science (Machine Learning, Big Data, Neural Networks, Spectral Analysis) to industrial system and utilities predictive maintenance.
Casual Data Manager • March 2014 - May 2015
Worked as a multi-task casual employee on projects needing additional workforce:
Research Assistant • January 2012 - May 2012
Analyst • June - December 2012
Objectives: Identify and develop strategic markets for public transport
Research Intern • March - July 2012
Built a simulator of an urban public transport lane to study the effects of various disruptions on users’ experience.
Research Intern • March - June 2011
Transport Networks Morphogenesis Modelling
Realised a structural study and a model of the evolution of the French train network from 1840 to 2009 to understand the role of economic factors.
Research Intern • June - July 2010
Modelled the Velo’V system (Velo’V is a large-scale public bicycle sharing system in Lyon) to estimate the use of the bikes through linear correlations with the socio-economic data.
PhD in Physics and Civil Engineering• May 2013 - July 2016
Exploring the opportunities of Bluetooth data for the retrievals of travel informations in urban networks with a particular focus on:
Master of Physics (Complex Systems) • August 2011
Bachelor of Science (Physics and Chemistry) • August 2009