Who I am

I’m a data scientist, an astrophysicist, and a computer vision enthusiast.

I worked for 12 years in academia, solving problems in astronomy using terabytes of imaging data and, since 2018, I have been working in industry where I transform noisy and unstructured data into information using machine learning techniques.

This web site gathers a number of posts about my projects and research, for example how to use machine learning to automate the classification of warning messages in aviation, how to rapidly clean artefacts in astronomical images using binary search trees, or how to use computer vision to spot differences on images. A summary of my research activities can be found here and my publications are listed on Google Scholar.

Whenever I can, I put my code on GitHub.

If you have any question, or share common interests, I will be happy to connect through LinkedIn.

(photo: H. J. McCracken)
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