I am associate professor at the Enseirb-Matmeca french engineering school and researcher at the LaBRI laboratory, in the Software Engineering research group. These two institutes are located in the beautiful city of Bordeaux. I am an elected member of the french Conseil National des Universités, in the computer science section. I obtained my habilitation in 2015 at the Université de Bordeaux. I also have a PhD in computer science, obtained at the Université Montpellier 2, and a MSc. obtained in the french engineering school Ecole des Mines d'Alès. I have also worked at the INRIA Lille institute, in the RMoD group as a post-doctoral researcher. For more information, check out my resume (in french, sorry).
My research domain is Software Engineering. My work focus in studying software evolution and crafting tools to help the practitioners that perform it. I have extensively worked on finding better ways to understand how a software system has changed. If you are interested in that topic, you can checkout my tool GumTree. I have been involved in several research projects with major business firms (such as Orange or Auchan) and open-source projects (such as KDE or Ubuntu).
My lectures target the subjects of Software Engineering (I am responsible of the courses Object Oriented Programming and Software Development Activities) and Web Engineering (I am responsible of the course Web Technologies). I am also responsible for the Advanced Projects, a very important part of the training of our students, where they are split in groups and work a whole semester on challenging projects in a enterprise-like setting. If you represent a company and are looking for internships candidates, do not hesitate to contact me, our students are always looking for interesting internship opportunities.