|Research scientist in wireless sensor networks
Currently conducting research on Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) and embedded Operating Systems.
Competences : Embedded Operating Systems and software: C and assembly development with a cross compiler for a Digital Signal Processor. Low power wireless communication: 802.15.4 MAC, IPv6 over Low power Wireless Personal Area Networks (6loWPAN).
- Participate in WASP (Wirelessly Accessible Sensor Populations) Information Society Technologies (IST) european project;
- Develop and maintain an operating system kernel for Philips wireless sensor nodes;
- Design a driver architecture for sensor nodes meant to be a standard in WASP;
- Participate in designing a new time synchronization algorithm for WSN;
- Investigate on gateways for WSN to connect them to the Internet;
- Participate in filing patents;
- Occasionally assist in teaching a course at Technical University Eindhoven (TU/e) about WSN.
|2005 - today
Philips Research, SAND-OS project, Eindhoven,
The Netherlands |
|Master thesis project
Developed embedded software for wireless sensor nodes on a new Philips Digital Signal Processor. First software developments on this platform; hardware and software co-development. Developed a LabVIEW PC application to visualize data extracted from the sensors.
Competences : Electronic circuits: design, soldering and testing of sensor boards. Sensors: 3D accelerometer. Embedded software development; cross compiler.
||March to September 2005
Philips Research, SAND project, Eindhoven, NL|
|Internship in a start-up company
Designed and developed a RFID chipless system during a 3-month internship at NBG ID, RFID integrator company in south of France. This work led to a patent.
||2004 - NBG ID
Cavaillon, France |
|Embedded System Architecting course in Philips Center for Technical Training.
The course consists in four main modules, Stakeholders, Software, Silicon and Technology addressed in 26 full-days spread over the year.
|Engineer master degree (MSEE) from "École Centrale de Marseille", engineering school.
Majors are microelectronics, signal processing and optics. I also studied computer science and electronics (digital and analogical).
Projects: Holography where I built several holograms; Optical Fiber where I mounted fiber connectors and made splices; Chip manufacturing where I successfully built a chip during a one-week internship in a cleanroom at AIME Toulouse (France).
||2002 - 2005
Marseille, France |
|Preparatory course (Physics, Engineering science and Mathematics) for the competitive entrance to French engineering schools.
||2000 - 2002
Clermont-Fd, France |
|Graduated from French equivalent High School (Baccalaureat) with distinction.
Mende, France |
|Electronics : ||Designed and made many circuits: security alarms, timers, ...
Designed a complete timing system for remote control model cars.|
|Computing : ||Linux and Free Software. Made the students directory of my university (website).
Modeled bulbs on computer in a Junior Enterprise project. |
|Sports : ||Squash, model cars, flying (beginner).|
|Community life : ||Responsible of my university's students website and Linux Club founder. Presented conferences about Linux and Free Software. Member of Centrale Marseille's Ginfo (computer club).|
|Summer jobs : ||Worked in a sheet metal workshop and in upkeep service in a disabled work reintegration center (2000, 2001, 2003).
Worked in a building company. Participated in making foundations for a house. |
|Travels : ||Travelled on the 5 continents.|
|Driving license : ||European driving license, personal car.|