Stephane’s background is mainly oriented on mathematics and computer science applied to image analysis.
He obtained Master degree in 2010 from the computer science department of Universite Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris, France), where he studied Signal Processing, Image analysis, Computer Vision, Machine Learning, applied to biomedical topics.
He defended his doctorate in 2014, conducted in the Image and Pervasive Access Lab (CNRS) based in Singapore, in collaboration with the Institute of Medical Biology (A*STAR, Singapore), on the study of neural stem cell development and their proliferation into colonies in-vitro.
He then join the Bellaiche Lab at Institut Curie (Paris, France), investigating cell polarity and division, and morphogenesis and tissue mechanics. Focussing on tissue segmentation and tracking, and tissue deformation analysis and quantification. And extended his work to 3-dimensions analysis at Laboratoire Matiere et Systemes Complexes at Universite Paris Diderot (Paris, France) under the direction of Francois Graner.
In April 2019 he joined the Image Analysis Hub in Pasteur as a Research Engineer, where his main mission is to work in collaboration with biologist on bioimage analysis and quantification.