May - Dec 2017
Feb - March 2017
Visiting Student Researcher
Stanford University (Stanford, CA)
May - August 2016
Software Engineer in Research Intern
Google Research (Mountain View, CA)
August 2014 - May 2018
Computer Security Graduate Research Assistant
Penn State University (State College, PA)
May - July 2014
Software Engineer and Project Manager Intern
Orange (Lyon, France)
Development of a knowledge base containing internal documents. The knowledge base enables experts to find information thanks to an application.
Colas (Sarrebourg, France)
June - July 2008
Computer Science summer camp Instructor
iCamp Children Technology Workshop (Toronto, Canada)
Guest lecturer for CSE 543: Introduction to Computer and Network Security
Co-instructor for CSE 597: Advanced Topics in the Security and Privacy of Machine Learning
Co-instructor for CSE 597: Security and Privacy of Machine Learning
cleverhans: benchmarking adversarial examples
Automation of image processing
I managed this one-year project for the French Atomic Energy and Alternative Energies Commission. This project is confidential so I can not give much details on its content. I worked on this project with 4 other students from Ecole Centrale de Lyon.
I was responsible for the construction of a 3D scanner with three other students from my engineering college at Ecole Centrale de Lyon. We based our work on an existing 3D scanner model and built our own 3D scanner in the college's fablab. After designing and building our own model, we studied ways to improve its performances.
Computer science, mecanics and electronics are some of the fields I had to use throughout the project. 3D modeling software and a laser cutting machine were used in mecanics. I learned how to use the Arduino platform for the electronic aspect of the project. The Processing langage was also an important key to the project.
Elliptic Curve Cryptography
While I was studying mathematics and computer science at Lycée Louis-le-Grand in Paris, I did some research on Elliptic Curve Cryptography. My research project's subject was "Which benefits Elliptic curves used as a cryptosystem bring to cryptography?". I presented my work and results during a seminary held at the Lycée Louis-le-Grand. You will find the slides I used during the seminary below (they are in French).
Member of the Board
Ecole Centrale de Lyon's student government
Ecole Centrale de Lyon's student musical
Information System Manager
Ecole Centrale de Lyon's student sports tournament
Ecole Centrale de Lyon's student-run printing department