I am a Ph.D. student since September, 2016 in the city of Toulouse, France. I work under the supervision of Thomas Oberlin and Nicolas Dobigeon, within the SC group of the IRIT laboratory.
Prior to that, I graduated from Ecole Normale Supérieur de Cachan (renamed Ecole Normale Supérieur Paris-Saclay in September 2016). I hold two M.Sc. degrees : one in teaching and another in signal processing.
My research interests are in new methods and algorithms to solve challenging acquisition problems encountered in the acquisition of multi-band microscopy images. In particular, I am interested in acquiring high-SNR Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy (EELS) images with extremely low beam energy to prevent destruction of sensitive microscopy samples. My goal is to provide to the EELS community precise algorithms to detect rapidly the presence of a chemical element inside a sample to reduce irradiance as much as possible. Such problem requires signal processing methods, such as convex optimization and proximal splitting methods.