I am a research engineer in Laboratoire de psychologie cognitive at Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) and Aix-Marseille University, France. After a degree in physical sciences (1996) and applied physics (radiophysics and medical imaging, 1999), I worked as a database manager during my national service and was appointed in 2001 by CNRS as a software engineer in a cognitive psychology lab (~20 permanent researchers). I mainly wrote computer programs for the different recording devices I managed (eletroencephalography, ocular movements, behavior). I started to be interested in the various research topics the lab covered with a particular focus on psycholinguistics. While still working, I enrolled in a PhD program in neuroscience, which was completed it in 2008, and competed for a research engineer position at CNRS I obtained in 2010. I am now a biological data analyst. I am particularily interested in developing novel methods of data acquisition and data processing for the study of cogntion.