Since 2019, I have been working as research engineer at the Gamma Inria’s research team on the design and the development of ViZiR 4, the new generation of ViZiR, a light, simple and interactive high-order meshes and solutions visualization software using OpenGL 4 graphic pipeline.

Gamma (Automatic mesh generation and adaptation methods) team focuses on state-of-the-art meshing technologies and advanced numerical methods. The four challenges of the team are :

  • Geometric modeling
  • Enhanced generic meshing algorithms
  • Toward certified numerical solutions to the Navier-Stokes equations
  • Advanced visualization of mesh and solution
Most of my time is devoted to the last challenge with the development of the visualization software ViZiR 4.

Formerly, I was doing my PhD at ONERA on visualization methods well-suited for high-order methods. More information in the dedicated page.

My detailed curriculum vitae can be found here.

Many images are shown in my gallery.


  • Visualization
  • High-order methods
  • Numerical simulations

My photo was taken at the National Supercomputing Center in Wuxi (China) in 2018. Sunway-TaihuLight was the first supercomputer to achieve speeds in excess of 100 PFlops and was the world's fastest supercomputer for two years, from June 2016 to June 2018.