About me

I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at the ECEO lab from EPFL with Devis Tuia. I am working on environmental applications with deep learning and remote sensing. More specifically, I’m studying the impact of global warming on the thermal thresholds of the world’s forests.

I succesfully defended my thesis in September 2022! If you’re interested, you can find it on HAL. I was a PhD student at Alteia and ONERA (DTIS/IVA) under the supervision of Adrien Chan-Hon-Tong, Nicola Luminari, Bertrand Le Saux and Guy Le Besnerais. During this PhD, I aimed to design interactive deep neural networks to build a collaboration between the algorithm and an user in order to efficiently collect semantic segmentation maps of remote sensing images.