Thomas Léauté

Thomas Léauté

IT Consultant, Dassault Systemes

Allemagne

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Son parcours

  • Aujourd'hui
    2017
    Mai 2012

    IT Consultant

    +5000 employés

  • Aujourd'hui
    Mars 2012
    Octobre 2006

    Research Assistant

    EPFL Artificial Intellgence Lab

    In my PhD research on Distributed Constraint Optimization (DCOP), I have focused on two issues:

    - Protecting agents' privacy, through the use of codenames, obfuscation and/or encryption;
    - Reasoning about uncertainty, and exploiting common dependencies on sources of uncertainty to produce higher-quality solutions.

    Examples of applications I have looked at include sensor networks, truck fleet coordination, meeting scheduling, or robot coordination.

    I am also a principal developer of the FRODO open-source platform for DCOP.
  • Informatique et Systèmes de Communications

    PhD
    My PhD thesis is in the field of Distributed Constraint Optimisation in the Artificial Intelligence Lab (LIA), under the supervision of Prof. Boi Faltings. I have focused on the topic of multi-agent decision making with privacy guarantees, and under uncertainty.
    Activities and Societies: First aid response team
  • Aujourd'hui
    Juillet 2006
    Août 2005

    Young Graduate Trainee

    European Space Agency

    The goal of the OPS-HSC team is to identify existing software technologies such as automated Planning and Scheduling, Artificial Neural Networks or Fuzzy Logic, and infuse them into the day-to-day ESA activities in order to facilitate spacecraft operations. This “infusion” is done following a spiral development approach.

    My current projects include MEXAR/RAXEM (planning of uplink and downlink operations for the Mars Express spacecraft – paper to be published at SpaceOps’06), battery management optimisation for Mars Express, and early warning of impact of solar flares on ESA interplanetary probes.
  • Aujourd'hui
    Juillet 2005
    Janvier 2004

    Research Assistant

    MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab

    Research in the MERS group focuses mainly on three areas: model-based programming of fault-aware systems, coaching robotic networks through model-based programming, and hybrid model-based adaptive systems, with applications ranging from planetary exploration rovers to biped robots, to the automobile industry.

    In my Master’s thesis, "Coordinating Agile Vehicles through the Model-based Execution of Temporal Plans", I tackled the problem of robust, high-level guidance of hybrid discrete-continuous systems. This work was applied to unmanned aerial vehicles, and lead to a paper published at AAAI05 under the same title.
  • Computer Science

    Master of Science
    Relevant courses:
    Cognitive Robotics, Principles of Autonomy and Decision Making, Mathematical Programming, Theory of Computation, Satellite Engineering, Astrodynamics

    Projects:
    • I carried out a group project aiming to robustly control the motion of an ATRV rover through continuous diagnosis of sensor/actuator failures using a model-based executive called Titan
    • I gave an Advanced Lecture on
  • , Chatenay Malabry

    Ecole Centrale De Paris

    Ingénieur
    Sample courses:
    Mathematics, Physics, Mechanics, Chemistry, Information Systems, Computer Science, Signal Processing, Electronics, Economics…

    Projects:
    • I lead the software effort in an autonomous model sailing boat project (the software was written in C)
    • I participated in a system-level study of the Snecma M88-2 reaction engine of the French Rafale jet fighter

    Activities and societies: S
  • Aujourd'hui
    Juillet 2002
    Juin 2002

    Intern Programmer

    Centro Meteorológico Territorial en Canarias Occidentales

    The Territorial Meteorological Centre in Western Canaries delivers weather predictions for the four Western Canary Islands of Tenerife, La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro.

    As an intern programmer, I worked on a project aiming to upgrade the weather prediction software in use at the Centre to a more modern software, based on a method of statistical inference. The software was partly in Quick Basic, partly in Fortran 77.

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