I am currently a Data Scientist at Nyansa where I conduct large scale analysis of IT network deployments. Looking at the full network stack we automatically baseline performance, detect anomalies and recommend remediations as well as systemic improvements. I design, prototype and implement in production algorithms that analyze hundreds of GBs every day.
In a previous life I worked on jet engines at Rolls-Royce. There, I built a set of modeling frameworks to improve the manufacturing process of gas turbine components.
I hold a Master's degree from Stanford University in applied mathematics (MS&E) with a strong focus on data science. My undergrad studies took place at École des Ponts et Chaussées, France's oldest and one of the most prestigious engineering schools, where I obtained a BSc in Operations Research
My lifelong passion for flying has led me to get the French skydiving license. I also fly an RC plane in my free time.
I got a Master of Science at Stanford where I focused my studies on data science and mathematical modeling. I was a Research Assistant working on data analysis and a Teaching Assistant for an Optimization class in the School of Engineering and at the Graduate School of Business (MBA students).
I led the development of computational modeling methods for the injection and the sintering stages of Metal Injection Molding. I also participated in an internal innovation challenge in which I reached the final stage.
After high school I successfully got into one of the most prestigious French engineering schools, the Ecole des Ponts et Chaussees. There I majored in Industrial Engineering with an emphasis on optimization and operations research.
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