I am currently working at Plastic Omnium headquarters in Paris suburbs as Scientific Director in charge of academic research and open innovation exchanges. This role takes into account the five divisions of Plastic Omnium from lighting to hydrogen with electrification and emission reduction products and also the historical body panels. The focuses are diversified from material to electronics, from product to services and process along the complete life cycle.
After completing my engineering degree at ESTACA engineering school I have also received a Master 2 from University Paris VI for energy conversion.
I started my career in 1997 at PSA Peugeot Citroen as testing leader for powertrains, I have moved to calibration of engine and gearbox in China and then to assistant chief engineer for the Euro6.1 engines. Then I have switched to connectivity car to cloud for the last 3 years of my career within PSA.
In 2017 I moved to Plastic Omnium as director of Mechatronics Development for emission reduction systems and was in charge of battery projects before reaching the actual position.