From November 2013, I work as a post-doc at Image, Processing and Tomography Lab of CEA-Saclay, France. I am currently working on a project about volumic accelerated reconstruction algorithm in X-ray tomography for early osteoarthrisis diagnostic, low dose and low cost.

I received my PhD in Oct. 2013 from Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée (UPEMLV), France. My thesis is entitled "Rigid transformations on 2D digital images: Combinatorial and topological analysis", and was carried out in the A3SI team of the Laboratoire d'Informatique Gaspard Monge (LIGM) at ESIEE-Paris Engineering school, under the supervision of Prof. Yukiko Kenmochi and Hugues Talbot. I was also co-advised by Prof. Nicolas Passat.

My research topic is in the area of Discrete Geometry and Topology, applied for Computer Vision and Image Analysis. I focus in particular on rigid transformations (i.e., transformations composed of rotations and translations). I am also interested in Tomographic Imaging , and I am currently working on 3D reconstruction algorithms based on sparse reconstruction with TV regularization in X-ray tomography (CT).