I am currently serving as a post-doctoral associate at Université Catholique de Louvain (UCLouvain) under the supervision of Pr. Etienne Rivière, engaged in the Win2Wal GEPICIAD project, which focuses on the elastic and predictive management of containers for AI and data science. My association with this project will continue until the end of 2023.
I earned my PhD in Computer Science in 2019 from Université de Lorraine, Nancy, under the guidance of Pr. François Charoy and Dr. Samir Youcef. My research revolved around the elasticity of BPM engines in the cloud and was executed in an industrial collaboration with the BPM solution editor Bonitasoft. Additionally, I served as a teaching assistant at Université de Lorraine for a year.
Prior to my PhD journey, I dedicated ten years to the tech industry, working as a developer and subsequently as a lead developer in business software. During this period, I concurrently pursued my higher studies through evening classes at CNAM Toulouse and CNAM Paris. I obtained a Master of Engineering (with a focus on modeling and optimization) in 2012 and a Master of Research (concentrating on information and data processing) from CNAM Paris in 2013.
My research passion lies in examining the performance, security, and resilience of distributed systems. With my experiences, I bring a unique blend of expertise in development, devops, optimization and machine learning to my work. For a comprehensive view of my academic and professional journey, please visit my homepage.
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