He joined Aldebaran Robotics in 2012 after a year-and-a-half trip around the world. In Aldebaran, he was in charge of the qualification of robotic platforms and then integrated the R&D service. He worked on the mechatronic integration of robots Nao and Pepper's joints and their mechanical design, and then specialized in the field of electric motors.
Aware of the limitations of mechanics in general and motorization in particular in the field of robotics, he is trying to innovate in order to solve the problems of size, weight and power, as well as industrialization.
He was hired at Inria in 2017 to collaborate with Pollen Robotics and help developing and industrializing new robotic products.