After a MSc in symbolic geometric constraint solving, I received my PhD in algebraic geometry in 2008, and became a research engineer at Inria since then. I designed dtk, a meta platform for modular scientific application development, for which I got, in 2011, Inria prize for supporting research and innovation.
Working with a team of first class scientists, either engineers or researchers, either way awesome friends, I keep watching technological advances and implementing proof of concept software to make the link with bleeding edge science in various fields.
This place is an unpretentious attempt at publishing some of these ramblings. I’ll try to be as verbose as possible. Do not hesitate to feed me back with comments.