I work as a Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge, studying with a multidisciplinary approach, new speech enhancement strategies able to cope with noise and reverberation for cochlear implants users. My research topics mainly comprise solving acoustic and audio signal processing inverse problems. During my PhD I had been working on declipping and denoising using analysis/synthesis sparse priors. I also worked on binaural sound source localization with massive regressions machine learning techniques. Additionally, I am really interested in auditory related topics such as augmented hearing, or hearing protection.
You will find below a short description of my last positions and academic degrees.
From December 2021, I have been working as a postoctoral researcher at the MRC CBU (University of Cambridge) thanks to a \"Fondation Pour l'Audition\" Fellowship. The project relies on a combination of auditory-inspired machine learning, multi-channel signal processing and accurate room acoustics for building an improved speech enhancement strategy able to tackle the joint problem of noise and reverberation for cochlear implants users.Current position
From September 2019 to February 2021, I worked as a postoctoral researcher with Orange Labs (R&D division of the Orange group) on multichannel acoustic echo cancellation for distributed audio systems and interpersonal communication.Sept. 2019 - Feb. 2021
From February to August 2019, I worked as a research engineer for Inria mainly on audio restoration algorithms (multichannel declipping, pop/burst noise removal...).Feb. 2019 - Aug. 2019
In January 2019, I graduated from Université de Rennes 1 where I did my PhD in the IRISA lab (the Panama team - a joint project team between Inria and CNRS). My main research interests were inverse problems in audio & acoustic signal processing.Nov. 2015 - Jan. 2019
During this research stay, I studied auditory adaptation to noise for improved speech perception. The focus was finding noise characteristics and aclimatization time-scales for enhanced speech perception. For that I designed and conducted different listening experiments on 33 volunteers with normal hearing.Mar. 2015 - Sep. 2015
In November 2015, I graduated from ENSIM, an engineering school in 5 years under the authority of the French Ministry of Education and Research. I specialized in Acoustics, Vibrations, Sensors.Nov. 2015
In November 2015, I also graduated from Le Mans Université, as I was following a double degree (Research M.Sc specialized in acoustics).Nov. 2015
You will find below a list of my scientific publications & communications.
Below are listed some of the projects I am working on. Click on the name to visit the associated webpage.