As a PhD candidate at Georgia Tech, I develop novel turbulence and transition models for rotorcraft applications. My research was recognized three times over the past year, first by two scholarships from the Vertical Flight Foundation (2013 and 2014) and then by the Southern Regional Lichten Award (2014). Prior to my arrival in the USA, I also obtained two Master's degrees from top universities in France and the United-Kingdom. Operating from Atlanta today, I realize that this multicultural background is a great asset for working in such an international environment.
At this point in time, I am looking for a summer internship position at a state-of-the-art rotorcraft company. Such an opportunity would allow me to deepen my understanding of both the subject material and the complex interactions between the worlds of academic research and industry.
Quality control (industrial intern)
AEROLIA (EADS GROUP)
De Janvier 2010 à Février 2010
Worked on quality and environmental surveys on Airbus aircraft.
Master of Science (MS)
Ecole centrale de Lille - Engineering Sciences
2009 à 2011
- Courses in mechanics, electronics and management.
- Developed a new conservation system for quality wines. Led a seven-student team and delivered a functional prototype to the client company (PROTEXIO) within time limits.
Project budget: €11.000
2nd Prize Winner Project at Ecole Centrale de Lille 2011
Français - Langue maternelle
Anglais - Courant
Espagnol - Notions
Chinois - Notions
- Guitar (8 years of practice)
- piano (4 years of practice)
- sports archery (nature shooting)