I was born in 1981, in Bagnes, Switzerland. I obtained my "Maturité fédérale type C" (scientific) in June 2000 from the "Collège de l'Abbaye de Saint-Maurice". This is the Swiss equivalent to the US high-school diploma. In March 2005, I received a Master Degree in "Microengineering" from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) in Lausanne, Switzerland. My major was in "Robotics and Autonomous Systems". In January 2010, I completed my Ph.D. in "Computer, Communication, and Information Sciences" within the EPFL "Biomedical Imaging Group" under the supervision of Prof. Michael Unser and Prof. Thierry Blu (now at the Chinese University of Hong Kong). From 2010 to 2012, I was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the "School of Engineering and Applied Sciences" at Harvard University. I was working with Prof. Patrick J. Wolfe (now at University College London) and Prof. Yue M. Lu. Since January 2013, I've been a Research Scientist in the "Speech, Language and Multimedia" business unit at Raytheon BBN Technologies in Cambridge, MA.
My main research interests include statistical signal/image/video processing, computer vision, inverse problems, biomedical imaging, data analysis, and machine learning.
My curriculum vitae is downloadable here.