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     Date Submitted:30-06-2019
     Last Modified:06-08-2019 (01:18)
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     Current job:Mechanical / Robotics Engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within a month
     Keywords- Software: Python / C++ / MATLAB / ROS / OpenCV - Mechanical: Catia / Solidworks


    A recent ambitious and industrious mechanical engineer from Arts et Metiers ParisTech (France), pursuing a Robotics MSc at Cranfield University to delve into robotics control and artificial intelligence. Consistently striving to strengthen CATIA V5 design skills and MATLAB, C/C++, Python 3.3, ROS programming skills, acquired from academic achievements and various internships.

    Driven by space exploration, challenging projects and teamwork, relying on an open-minded, determined and resilient attitude to demonstrate creative problem-solving approaches to meet the goals.

    Definitely a French linguaphile, with professional competency in English, conversational German and Japanese, developed through travels and educational experience.



    Managed and led a 3-student team to the finals of “Olympiades de Sciences de l’ingénieur” – a French national and annual competition promoting innovation and technology – by thoughtfully assigning the roles within the team, organising the schedule, and ensuring communication between the teachers and the team.

    Inspired 350 students to develop a professional attitude, enhance their soft skills, and find internships or jobs, as President of corporate relations at Arts et Metiers ParisTech, by organising business lunch events, conferences, company site visits, workshops and job fairs.

    Elected Student Representative at Arts et Metiers ParisTech and Cranfield University, endeavouring to enhance educational experience through communication, self-reflection and oriented feedbacks.



    MSc in Robotics: Cranfield University, Cranfield, UK (Oct 2018 – Sep 2019)

    : Fundamentals of Robotics, Robotics Control, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Robotics, Programming Methods for Robotics, Human-Robot Interaction, Machine Vision for Robotics, Autonomy in Robotic Systems, Psychology, Ethics and Standards.

    : Member of Cranfield Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (CranSEDS), currently taking part in the Olympus Rover Trials challenge aiming at constructing and operating a rover for an analogue sample return mission to Mars. My focus lies in the design of the robotic arm to catch the samples, and its control.

    Member of Unmanned & Intelligent Systems (UIS) Society, taking part in the Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Challenge based on the development of an autonomous drone able to perform rescue tasks. My focus lies in image recognition and telecommunications (ground control station).

    Group Design Project: Ball catching robot based on systems control approach, enhanced with reinforcement learning, developed using ROS and carried out by a 3-student team (Feb 2019 – May 2019).

    Individual Thesis: Accurate localisation system for tank-inspection crawlers, enhanced with artificial intelligence, supervised by InnotecUK – Cambridge, United Kingdom (May 2019 – Sept 2019).


    Mechanical Engineering degree: Arts et Metiers ParisTech, Cluny, France (Sep 2015 – Sep 2018)

    : Solid Mechanics, Material Science, Mathematics and Computer Science, Management Sciences, System Design and Manufacturing, Energetics, Electronics & Automatics, Robotics Control (Linear, Non-linear, Adaptive, Hybrid, Robust, Optimal), Biosystems Engineering.

    Group Project: Design of a hydraulic press for workshops (5-student team, 90 hours).

    My focus lied on the management of the team, the dimensioning and the simulation of the product.

    Individual Thesis: Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan (Sep 2017 – Sep 2018). Bio-inspired jumping robot focusing on an alternative way of locomotion for space exploration, simulated with MATLAB.




    InnotecUK: Cambridge, UK – Mechanical/Robotics engineer (May 2019 – Aug 2019)

    InnotecUK is a research and innovation company specialised in in the development and commercialisation of novel solutions to overcome complex industrial challenges through Robotics and Automation. It employs 41 people and had a turnover of 1.6 million pounds in 2018.

    Developing an accurate localisation system for tank-inspection crawlers. The task involves system concept proposals, the design of a CAD model (Solidworks), the integration of the sensors (Arduino, C++), the production of the system and its evaluation.


    Capgemini Applied Innovation Exchange: Suresnes, France – Design and Development Engineer Assistant (Jun 2017 – Aug 2017)

    Established in 1967, Capgemini is a global leader in consulting, IT services and outsourcing, with more than 190,000 collaborators in 44 countries, and a turnover of 12.5 billion euros in 2016. The AIE are innovation centres where new technologies are tested and applied to company projects.

    Delivered a mobile application for connected Stadium, based on Ionic v2, and in partnership with Credit Agricole (French bank and sponsor of the stadium in Pau). Dynamically interacted with IT consultants, app developers, and senior project managers.

    Designed a mobile application prototype for French air force, using Axure software. Project bought by the army for 90,000 euros, thanks to a quick and detailed prototyping.

    Programmed a chatbot relying on Artificial Intelligence, for Harmonie Mutuelle (French health mutual). Built the foundations for a pioneering project expected to take at least 3 years.


    EasyPROG: Paris, France – Programmer Analyst (Jun 2016 – Jul 2016)

    EasyPROG is an SME founded in 2008, specialised in software and web design for companies. It employs 4 people and had a turnover of 1 million euros in 2018.

    Studied and reflected upon the day-to-day life of the CEO. Carried out a SWOT analysis to highlight strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats, which helped the company focus on new technologies to broaden its activities.

    Autonomously completed, within 4 weeks, an Android application based on Actionscript 3.0, enabling customers to edit unique risk assessment documents online or offline.



    Languages: Native French, fluent English, intermediate German and Japanese, elementary Chinese, studied Greek and Latin.

    IT Skills: Confident IT user. Experienced with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint.

    Knowledge of CATIA V5, ANSYS Mechanical, RobotStudio (ABB), MATLAB/Simulink, Python 3.3, SQL, C/C++, ROS (Rviz, Gazebo, Moveit!), OpenCV.

    Individual Interests: Member of the Badminton Committee. Keen guitarist, took part in “Emergenza” festival for amateur bands, and taught guitar lessons to young children in Japan (2 hours/week).

    Fablab Manager Assistant at Arts et Metiers Cluny (France), responsible of the Fablab development and its events. Helped increase its popularity in the region by 150% over two years by implementing creative activities dedicated to teenagers.

    Responsible of the organisation of activities for teenagers at the 2016 & 2017 Cartoon Festival (Cluny, France).

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