I graduated from the engineering school Télécom ParisTech and received a master in Cognitive Science from the University of Paris-Sud 11, where I specialized in data mining, machine learning and natural language processing.
Then I joined the LIMSI laboratory in Orsay (France) and the AgroParisTech in Paris. I spent a few years on fascinating research topics such as Wikipedia’s growth and evolution or statistical machine translation. During a semester at the Center of Machine Learning and Intelligent Systems at the University of California, Irvine, I played with statistical models of dynamic social networks. I finally worked a few years in Paris for a young innovative start-up specialized in semantic analysis, before joining Technicolor Research & Innovation in Rennes in 2012.
Data mining, machine learning, natural language processing, social network and microblogging analysis