Let's start by the beginning...
|2022||University of Grenoble-Alpes - Grenoble - France||Master of Science in Informatics at Grenoble (MoSIG) (Starting 2020/09)|
|2020||University of Grenoble-Alpes - Grenoble - France||Bachelor Degree in Computer Science|
|2019||Kyoto University - Kyoto - Japan||DUETI (University diploma for studies in a foreign country after a HND) - Achieved the KUNIEP program.|
|2018||University of Grenoble-Alpes - Grenoble - France||Higher National Diploma in Computer Science (known as DUT Informatique)|
|2016||High school "Pierre Termier" - Grenoble - France||Technological baccalaureate in Industry and Sustainable Development with highest honours|
Creation and maintenance of an institutionnal website and of an internal document-sharing platform
Creation and maintenance of a website for the newspaper of a French high school (Lycée Stendhal)
Creation and maintenance of the website for the association 404Production, and part of the organization team for several events (such as music festivals).
Migration of an existing application to the latest version of the PHP framework Symfony and addition of functionalities.
Development of applications in React JS, and multiple sideproject missions.
A simple and efficient blog platform. This source code is depreciated since november 2016.View the code
A small soft using the random.cat API which displays a random cat picture at each opening.View the code
A short essay redacted around May-June 2019 about Japanese Popular Culture,
especially about the reasons of European and American fascination of Japanese art since the late 1880s.
This is a simple data analysis project conducted in 2019 when I was in Kyoto University.
I decided to focus on the French regional trains statistics that are provided by the SNCF open data division.
The notebook offers several graphs about delayed and cancelled trains, the correlation of those numbers, and some prediction that trys to roughly estimate a number of delayed trains from the number of trains that are running in one month.
A non-trivial data analysis project conducted for a seminar taken back when I was studying at Kyoto University in 2019.
It is able to extract the most frequent colors found in provided batches of images, and to detect objects on those images (depending on the models provided).
It has been used to detect faces on drawings (but it can be inproved with more data parsing).
A RSS feed aggregator made during a PHP practical session for my computer science curriculum in collaboration with Habib Slim.View the code
A project built in collaboration with Jarno Baeijs, Emile Calixte,
Guillaume Raimundo, Léandre Salamani, Jules Sang and Adam Selvaggio for
the third semester of our computer science curriculum.
A public instance in French is available.
This is a final project for the last year of the undergraduate cursus in computer science.
We reproduced two board games in Java (using Swing for the HMI), provided with several AIs of various difficulties.
The members of the development team were myself, Luc Bernard, Edouard Bernard, Mélina Debono, Loris Dubois and Louis Gourinchas.
Mail address：vincent.aubriot (at) editionsdubureau.ovh