Hello, I am a computer science enthusiast, developing algorithms, softwares and websites. I am currently very interested in fields related to machine learning, image processing and data analysis, especially in the biomedical domain where I have already been able to carry out research works (see single cell classifier).
I obtained a master in computer science where I learned the basics of computer security, machine learning (including deep learning), data analysis and biomedical image processing. I had besides the opportunity to publish a paper on cell classification.
I was also the student representative of the computer science section where I could take part in the creation of the study plans and defend the interests of the students which was particularly important in the covid period.
I obtained a computer science bachelor at EPFL where I learned the basics of mathematic, physic, programming, computer architecture and network. I also specialised myself in visual computing.
I obtained my scientific baccalaureate with a specialisation in engineering sciences at René Perrin high school at Ugine in France. The engineering sciences provides fundamentals in mechanic and electronic. I am also specialised in mathematic.
In parallel, I have been involved in the school life council and in the school board to protect the interests of the students by creating, among other things, a survey website. I also founded a programming club to introduce coding to other students.
In continuation of my project on cell classification, I was hired as a reasearch assistant for Martin Weigert's lab at 20% to work on a project in collaboration with Brisken Lab named Ductales. The goal was to design a QuPath extension allowing to extract meaningful features for duct classification in breast tumors.
After my master project, I stayed at Lunaphore full time to work on a python based image viewer and other confidential projects related to software development and data science.
After a year of work at Lunaphore, I became a Junior Software Developer leaving my intern status alternating between 20% during my studies and 100% in the summer. I kept working on designing softwares to control medical devices such as LabSat Research as well as an image viewer.
As soon as I turned 16, I started to work in freelance under the name of "10.5 Informatique" to create websites, provide training and repair computer material.
Prologin is a french national algorithmic contest for young people under the age of 21. It first consists in an online selection, then a regional selection and finally 3 days in Paris where we create an artificial intelligence in 36h. I coded my algorithms in C++ and I ranked 10th in this contest.
Prologin is a french national algorithmic contest for young people under the age of 21. It first consists in an online selection, then a regional selection and finally 3 days in Paris where we create an artificial intelligence in 36h. I coded my algorithms in C++ and I ranked 3rd in this contest.
The Martian Challenge is an algorithmic constest for the first-year students of EPFL. I coded my algorithms in C++ and I ranked first in this contest.
As part of the project Laserbot, we participated to the regional olympiad of engineering sciences at Grenoble where we obtained the innovation price.
Algoréa is a french national algorithmic contest for young people under the age of 18. It is done over several rounds, the last of which consists of a one-week training course in Paris. I coded my algorithms in C++ and I ranked 7th in this contest.