I am a research scientist at ConsenSys and Imperial College London.
My current research focuses on privacy preserving machine learning and decentralisation. I’m highly interested in leveraging the potential of P2P and Web3 technologies.
During my PhD I’ve studied the distribution of pseudorandom numbers on GPUs during my PhD in High Performance Computing, under the supervision of Prof. David R.C. Hill and Dr. Claude Mazel.
At Imperial, I’ve worked in the BioMedIA group, under Prof. Daniel Rueckert, in the developing Human Connectome Project. I’ve explored the application of distributed computing and software engineering medical image analysis and in particular large neuroscientific datasets. I’ve developed a strong interest for reproducible research and made contribution regarding data sharing and re-execution of complex scientific pipelines.
PhD in High Performance Computing, 2013
Blaise Pascal University, France
MEng in Computer Science, 2010
BSc in Computer Science, 2007
Institut Universitaire et Technologique, Clermont-Ferrand, France
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Mon, Jul 10, 2017, ScalaX bytes meetup
Fri, Dec 9, 2016, Scala eXchange 2016
Donaco is an Imperial College London based startup that aims to facilitate online donations using machine learning.
OpenMOLE scientific platform, decentralised model exploration and parameter tuning on the iEx.ec network
Exploration, calibration and diagnosis of numerical model leveraging distributed computing environments.