I completed my engineering master's degre at École Centrale de Nantes. I am passionate about embedded systems and renewable energies. I am currently working at Oneka Technologies as an Electronic Instrumentation Specialist.
photography (gallery) | moutain biking | 3D printing
(I genuinely enjoy my current job, so if you contact me for an open position in your company, there is a very small chance that it will be a success...)
- Followed product engineering and corporate finance options.
- Finished 38th out of 1073 national candidates (top 3.5%)
- Energy and environment option, obtained with distinction
- choice of sensors for the Oneka buoys
- preparation of sensors for intensive use in a marine environment
- coordination for custom PCB design
- basic IT maintenance (internal website, computer encryption, etc)
- development and running of vehicle test campaigns
- creation of tools with high added value :
- wireless CAN bus system
- device to detect the presence of the driver's hands on the steering wheel (ground truth)
- Design and manufacturing choice of mechanical parts
- Implementation of subsystem testing such as a cycling test of a high pressure valve and its manifold
- Assisted in the assembly of the buoy at the test site in Florida (mechanical assembly as well as technical sea operations)
- Oneka Technologies Website
- Developed processing script for treating data from on track test driving (Using Matlab) : it makes it possible to process and classify test data in a standard Renault format in order to best prepare new projects and to be able to carry out test plans in an easy way.
- Wrote several detailed track test procedures : this is in line with the evolution of Renault tools and the convergence of procedures with the Nissan alliance. I had to write reference documents that allow the development and validation tests of a car's braking systems to be carried out.
- Programming under different "languages" (vba, html, css)
- Provided IT support to the staff accompanied by a computer engineer
When I was a student, I had a bicycle accident on the way to school (nothing serious). At the time I had to brake very hard because a scooter didn't see me. My rear wheel got stuck and I lost control of my bike... So I developed two extremely robust speed sensors and a lock wheel detector to activate an anti blocking system. Stay tuned for more updates on this little personal project. Here is a first demo of the system. Due to lack of time I stopped working on this project :(
As part of the product engineering option, we had to respond to the problem of a hydraulic actuator supplier by offering a solution for crimping chain links. We were a group of 6 students and the project represented about 256 hours of hard work.
Developement of a python script and a workshop procedure that helps to unveil and correct bicycle wheels.
Creating a bike shop with my roommate by buying used bikes and rebuilding them to sell them with added value. Target gross margin: +37%.
As the bike #1 was stolen I did the same experience again with a new used bike in enhancing the choice of parts. A photo gallery of the bike is available here.
Bought a cheap bike for my personal use and then painted it and made a significant part replacement.
Participated in the organization of events, fundraising and the search for partnerships for a promotion of more than 350 students.
Creation of an Excel sheet with multiple complex macros to facilitate the tracking of banking assets and future decision-making.
Creation and 3D modeling of various aircraft concepts. The results are available on the gallery page.