Technicolor AI Lab (acquired by Interdigital), San Francisco (CA)
Feb - Aug 2019
Research Internship with Swayambhoo Jain on neural network compression.
Massachussets Institute of Technology, Boston (MA)
Jun - Aug 2018
Research Internship with Philippe Rigollet (MIT) on reconstruction of cellular trajectories in gene expression space with optimal transport. The resulting toolkit for single cell RNA sequencing timeseries analysis is open source and available as a Python package.
Waddington Optimal Transport : broadinstitute/wot (diverged since)
Deep Learning course by Marc Lelarge (INRIA - ENS), ENS Paris
Introduction to neural network compression concepts and recent results, with a focus and practical session on activation reconstruction.
Mathématiques, Vision & Apprentissage (MVA)
École Normale Supérieure, Paris, 2018-2020
Advanced mathematics and computer science, focused on Machine Learning
École Normale Supérieure, Paris, 2017-2018
Solid basis in modern mathematics and computer science.
Lycée Louis-le-Grand, Paris, 2015-2017
Post-secondary program in advanced maths and physics leading to nationwide entrance examinations to the Grandes Écoles for scientific studies
Lycée Hoche, Versailles, 2015
A-levels French equivalent
Awarded with highest honours
UNIX-like 64-bit micro-kernel with MMU handling, dynamic memory allocation, hardware interruptions, multi-processing, and basic filesystem for the Raspberry Pi 3 (before even Linux implements 64-bit support)
Source code available on github: robindar/sysres-os
Small SMT solver for equality theory decision procedures.
Implements DPLL, two-watched literals, and is fully unit-tested.
Source code available on github: robindar/semver-smt
Compiler for a small (yet Turing-complete) subset of Rust.
Borrow-checked and compiled down to x86 assembly.
Source code available on github: robindar/compil-petitrust
"RISC V"-style basic processor emulator in Minijazz (Netlist superset) and Minijazz-to-C compiler. Supports few instructions but has a good build system and is unit-tested
Source code available on gitlab: alpr-sysdig/processor
School project (TIPE)
Genetic algorithm to find good solutions to the Traveling Salesman Problem and a testing structure around it to optimize meta-parameters like population size, mutation probability or crossover method
Headless Debian to practice web design and server administration
Also acts as a personal Git server and occasional blog
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