Software Technical lead and manager of a team of developers and researchers. In charge of the development and quality of a large C++ image processing library [AGILE/SCRUM management, C++].
Development of Symbian and Android games and apps. Development of a webcam chat web application [C++, Qt, java, C, JS, python].
Development of display tools for browsing the ESO astronomical archive and monitoring the progress of sky surveys operations (see VirGO and SVMT projects). Design & architecture for the ESO meta-data archive [C++, Qt, OpenGL, Virtual Observatory standards].
For the satellite GAIA of ESA: development of on-board algorithms and of a detailed image simulator. Definition of technical specifications and calibration procedures [C, Java, real time, CCD and instruments modeling, image processing, technical reports, international meetings].
Development on Stellarium for use in planetariums domes.
Development of an on-board stars detection algorithm for the satellite GAIA of ESA [C, image processing, technical reports].
Secure hosting [SSL, C, cgi, linux shell].
Final Project in the Signal Processing Laboratory [Research in Signal Processing, Neural Networks].
An award-winning open source planetarium used by more than 15M users (author and lead of the project): www.stellarium.org
A mobile game for Android, iOS and Symbian coded in C/OpenGL ES (co-author of the project): www.noctua-software.com/voxel-invaders
A mobile game for Android coded in Java played by more than 100k user: www.noctua-software.com/retrocosmos
A plug-in for Stellarium for monitoring the progress of the VISTA and VST sky surveys operations: svmtdemo.hq.eso.org
A plug-in for Stellarium with added capabilities for browsing professional astronomical data: www.archive.eso.org/cms/virgo
2012 Participate to Google Summer Of Code as a mentor for a student on Stellarium [link]
2011 Nominated "Qt Ambassador" as recognition for my "accomplishment and demonstrated skill as a Qt developer" [link]
2010 Named as a member of "Forum Nokia Champion" recognition and reward program
2006 Stellarium awarded project of the month on sourceforge.net [link]
2006 Stellarium won a gold award in the Education category of Les Trophées du Libre free software competition