Since December 2015, I have been coordinating the SOFA consortium. Hosted in the Inria Foundation, the SOFA Consortium aims at gathering partners willing to share the cost of development and maintenance required for the industrialization of the platform.
Before taking care of the Consortium, I was conducting my research within in the MIMESIS team as a post doctoral fellow from late 2014 until 2016. My research work focused on the physics-based simulation in real-time. More specifically, I was interested in the simulation of cryoablation and cardiac electrophysiology. Beforehand, I defended my PhD in medical simulation. My Ph.D. thesis was in a collaboration established between two INRIA laboratories: the Asclepios team (Sophia Antipolis), and the former Shacra team (Lille Nord Europe), now MIMESIS. I originally studied mechanical engineering, and double-graduated in 2010 from both Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and INSA Lyon.