I am currently a Research Assistant and PhD student in the Department of Computing at Imperial College London, within the iBug group. I work on automatic facial affect estimation, a field which bridges the gap between Computer Vision and Machine Learning. After contributing to facial landmark detection using Active Appearance Models I have shifted my focus to Machine Learning using tensors. Recently, I developed TensorLy, a library for tensor learning and decomposition in Python, which I had the chance to present at the NIPS'16 workshop on tensor-learn.
Prior to my current position, I obtained a Masters in Advanced Computing from Imperial College London. I also hold a French Engineering diploma / MSc in Applied Mathematics, Computing and Finance and obtained a BSc in advanced mathematics in parallel.