I am an EPFL PhD student in Michael Liebling’s group, the Computational Bio-Imaging Group at the Idiap Research Institute. My main research focus is towards temporal super-resolution algorithms for microscopy, supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation (http://www.idiap.ch/en/scientific-research/projects/COMETS-M and http://www.idiap.ch/en/scientific-research/projects/COMPBIO).
Mostly, the topics that I work on are temporal super-resolution, inverse problems, computational imaging, microscopy.
Also, in our group we are willing to do reproducible research and strive to share our code, data and whole procedures. To this end, we believe that our multi-modal acquisition platform will be a great tool.
I was born and bred in Switzerland, in the Neuchâtel area and also hold a Belgian passport.
- Currently PhD student in the Computational Bioimaging group, Idiap/EPFL, since 2016
- Research assistant at CVLAB, EPFL, 2015
- Freelance software developer, Cape Town, South-Africa, 2014
- Vision engineer at Mikron Automation SA, Switzerland, 2011-2014 and 2015
- Teaching Assistant for a few EPFL courses between 2009-2011
- C programming, Prof. Ronan Boulic
- Analysis 1, Prof. Philippe Chabloz
- General Physics 4, Prof. Alfredo Pasquarello
- MSc in Micro-Engineering from Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, 2011.
- BSc in Micro-Engineering from Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, 2009.