Associate Professor at IMT Atlantique (ex-Telecom Bretagne)

I was born in Paris (France). I earned my Master of Science (M.Sc) in Advanced Systems of Radiocommunications (SAR) in 2010 and gratuated from ENS de Cachan and University Paris Sud. In 2013, I got a Ph.D in physics from University Paris-Sud at Laboratoire des Signaux et Systèmes (LSS). From January 2014 to September 2015 I held a post-doctoral position at ETIS (ENSEA, University Cergy-Pointoise, CNRS, France) and ECE department of the University of Arizona (United States). Since October 2015, I am an Associate Professor at IMT Atlantique. I passed my Habilitation à diriger les Recherches (HDR) in October 2023.



My research interests lie in the area of coding and information theory, with a current interest on noisy in-memory computing, goal-oriented communications, channel coding for DNA data storage, and deep-learning for the design and decoding of LDPC codes.

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