I am an aerospace engineer specialised in Embedded Systems with a Ph.D. in Computer Science.

I graduated from ISAE-ENSMA (a french graduate school of engineering) in 2012 as an engineer with a specialisation in Software engineering and Avionics and a Research Master's degree in Computer Science from the ISAE-ENSMA/University of Poitiers.

I spent a 6-month internship at Thales Research and Technology center in Palaiseau working in particular on a MPSoC platform.
Then, I worked 9 months as an engineer at Systerel in Paris, on data validation for an underground project.

In October 2013, I joined the LIAS Laboratory (Laboratory of Computer Science and Automatic Control for Systems), located on the ISAE-ENSMA campus near Poitiers, France, as part of the Real-Time and Embedded Systems team, to begin a Ph.D. from the University of Poitiers under the supervision of Prof. Pascal RICHARD.
I successfuly defended my Ph.D. in September 2016.

Research Interests

My Ph.D. work took place in the context of the increasing use of Components Off-The-Shelf in Real-Time Embedded Systems, in particular processors with cache memories.
My thesis focused mainly on studying Hard Real-Time Scheduling subjected to Cache-Related Preemption Delays.

My main research interests are: As part of my work, I had collaborated in particular with:



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Talks slides

Hereafter are links to several presentations given in different seminars/conferences as part of my Ph.D. work.




Professional Activities