I obtained my BSc at the University of Strasbourg and my MSc degree at the University of Bourgogne.
In 2010, I worked as a scientific assistant within Prof. Christian Depeursinge’s Microvision and Microdiagnostics Group, at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. I developed a new low coherence digital holographic microscopy technique for biological imaging. Then, from 2011 to 2012, as research engineer in the private research laboratory Dynamic 3D, I was in charge of the development of special devices for industrial partners.
Afterwards, in 2012, I joined the academic research at FEMTO-ST institute where I obtained my PhD under Prof. Christophe Gorecki's supervision. My topic consisted in the development and the characterization of an optical coherence tomography micro-system.
Now, I'm postdoctoral researcher in the Photonics Instrumentation and Processes group of ICube institute.