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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.

I am now assistant professor in Strasbourg, France, teaching control and electronics at INSA Strasbourg and researching in the AVR team at ICube (CNRS, Univ. Strasbourg).

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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