6 rue Mozart
38000 Grenoble, France
41 years old
Software hacker and audio enthusiast, solving problems in a straightforward way to achieve correctness and robustness through simplicity. Theoretical physicist by education, currently working as research engineer in audio synthesis and high performance computing domains. Developer of lower layers within the audio & MIDI subsystems of the OpenBSD project and founder of the Midish project.
Research, design and development of a music synthesizer for the "Flûte quelle équation" project, used for public performance since end of 2013. Development of visualization software.
Writing new drivers to support new audio and MIDI hardware. Design and development of sndio, a new API for audio and MIDI programming. Design and development the audio daemon handling transparently audio and MIDI over the network and local system services.
Design and software development in the domain of High Performance Computing and big iron machines: virtual memory manager performance tools, file system optimization, networking using OS-bypass.
Design and development of midish, an open-source environment for MIDI music composition and real-time performance.
Research in theoretical physics on quantum decoherence at zero-temperature. On an exactly tractable model, studied the effects of a zero-temperature environment on a small quantum system.
Practical sessions of C/C++ programming. Conducting exams.
Université Joseph Fourier (Grenoble I)
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Theoretical Physics
Last update Mar. 16, 2020