Fabien has a graduate of CentraleSupélec in mathematics and computer sciences. He’s done his PhD in the LULI laboratory at Polytechnique, extending his thesis within the CNRS where he created predictive models for Apollon, the most powerful laser in the world. His thesis has been awarded by Springer in 2020.
He worked also for the French Atomic Energy and Alternative Energy Commission (CEA) and collaborated with the Max Planck Institute in Germany, especially with Gérard Mourou, the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize.
Fabien combines a strong expertise in physics and high skills in advanced machine learning. It’s key in our field where we struggle to model real life.