I received my PhD in Electronics Instrumentation in 2003 from University of Pierre and Marie Curie (Paris 6 - France) and worked on the design and improvement of several measuring instruments using the principle of multiplexed synchronous detection, based on using CCD cameras for measuring low signals buried in noise.
I received the engineer degree in electronics, RF and communications systems from University of Blida in 1995. I completed my doctoral work within the team of Professor A. Claude Boccara and Dr. Jean-Paul Roger, in the CNRS laboratory of Optics at ESPCI.
After my PhD, I joined the industry, and I’m currently a Post-graduated Engineer in electronics and a specialist in metrology at AUSY Company in France.
Today, I worked on several projects ranging from the design of Analog and Digital boards to system conception, and to this in various areas of intervention, including aeronautics, flight instruments, and scientific instrumentation