I’m a computer graphics researcher, currently Lead Scientist at Uraniom, a young team working on realistic 3D avatars for virtual reality.
I completed my ph.D. at the Université Lille 1, working with the CRIStAL laboratory in Lille, France. I worked with Pr. Jean-Philippe Vandeborre and Pr. Guillaume Lavoué (LIRIS, Lyon). My main topic was example-based modeling, and my work was part of the CrABEx ANR project, financed by the French National Agency for Research.
I obtained an engineering degree in computer science and digital images from the École Supérieure d’Ingénieur de Rennes (ÉSIR) in 2012 and a Master of research from the Université de Rennes 1 in 2013. My Master thesis was about inverse-rendering, working with Kadi Bouatouch and Rémi Cozot in the FRVSense team at the IRISA lab in Rennes.
My research interests include virtual-reality, 3D-modeling, shape-synthesis, mesh processing and everything related to computer graphics in general.