I am currently working as a R&D Engineer at DISAL. My research focuses on quadrotors used for 3D odor localization and mapping. I am also pursuing my master thesis’ project on trajectory tracking using Model Predictive Control (MPC). In 2020, I received my M.Sc. in Microengineering with a specialization in robotics from EPFL. More informations about me and my education can be found in the following :
Research Interests and Projects
The aim of my work is to design and implement a (heterogeneous) multi-robot system based on quadrotors to handle the 3D Odor localization and mapping problems. Additionally, my research interests include robotics, control, optimization, multi-robots system and machine learning.
Teaching and Service Activities
This semester, I have joined the teaching assistant’s staff for the Signals, Instruments, and Systems (SIS) Bachelor course. In the past, I assisted both microengineering and mechanical Bachelor students during electronics labs. I have also worked for the service de promotion des sciences (SPS) as a student assistant during introduction to robotics classes to children in Neuchâtel.