What I’m working on
The team I’m leading at Samsung Semiconductors (image sensors) is focused on “infrastructure” for algorithm R&D. It means we’re responsible for improving workflows, our open-sourced R&D platform, internal libraries and applications, continuous integration processes, as well as improving collaboration across teams. Our goal is to remove toil and help engineers achieve more.
I started working at Samsung in 2017 as a senior algorithm engineer. We tried to promote neuromorphic image sensors [more info]. Along the way I focused on “algorithm engineering”, and this effort morphed into a team bringup the “software engineering” culture into our organization (CI, reproducibility, everything-as-code, data-driven…).
Notably, I started and open-sourced a experiment-tracker with advanced visualizations and comparaison features that helps us develop products like our 108MP mobile image sensor.
I’ve been living since 2015 in Israel with my amazing wife Chloé and our wonderful daughters!
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Previously, I collaborated with ECI Telecom’s CTO, and build cyber/SDN proofs-of-concept blending data science and optimization research.
Back in France, I co-founded a company, Lookies. With my dear friend Louis, we tried to make energy monitoring many heterogenous large buildings easier. Not that long ago, I worked at Quantmetry, a consulting company that pionneered data science. Other experiences include the digital image specialist DxO Labs, Rothschild & Co, UBS, and the French Ministry of Finance.