I was born in 1983 in France. I graduated as engineer in control and embedded systems in September 2007 from ESISAR (Grenoble-INP), Valence, France. I also received a Ph.D. in systems and control theory in January 2011 from Grenoble University when working in the NeCS team (INRIA Grenoble Rhône-Alpes, GIPSA-lab), Grenoble, France.
In 2011, I worked for a one-year post-doctoral research position financed by the Integrative Research Center (CRI PILSI) in a strong collaboration with the LISAN and LIALP laboratories from the CEA-Leti, Grenoble, France. In 2012-13, I was a visiting researcher at UMI LAFMIA (CNRS, CINVESTAV, CONACYT), Mexico City, Mexico, that is the French-Mexican laboratory on computer science and control. In 2013-14, I was back in Grenoble, France, as a teaching and researcher assistant (ATER position), teaching control at Ense3 (Grenoble University) and researching in the SysCo team (GIPSA-lab). In 2014-15, I worked as a post-doctoral researcher in the BioRobotics team at ISM (CNRS, AMU) in Marseille, France.
My work is dedicated to control of real-time embedded and networked (linear and nonlinear) cyber-physical systems with limited resources. My main research interests focus on reducing the resource utilization in such systems. More particularly, I am investigating non-uniform sampling using event-based and self-triggered control techniques.
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