Welcome to my personal web page! Here, I expose what I like, what I have done, and what I would like to do in the future. Don’t forget to check out my photos and leave a comment if you like them!
Bruno is a second-year Master’s student in electrical and computer engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Born in Casablanca, Morocco, he attended the Lycee Janson de Sailly classes preparatoires (intensive courses in math and physics to prepare for the competitive entrance examination to French engineering schools) in Paris, France and received the Diplome d’Ingenieur (French master’s degree) from the Ecole Superieure d’Electricite (Supelec) in computer science with a specialization in robotics and interactive systems. He currently works as a research assistant in the Center for Geographic Information Systems at Georgia Tech under the supervision of Dr. James Tsai. His first passion is programming to create innovative solutions that could impact the way we live. He also loves photography and travels whenever he can to bring back more shots.
My research interests encompass computational photography, computer vision, and machine learning. As part of my assistantship, I am developing intelligent detection and classification tools which could help the Georgia Department of Transportation and other transportation agencies achieve better efficiency in maintaining inventories of road and sign conditions. In 2012, I worked for six months for MBDA, a leading European missile manufacturer, under the supervision of Dr. Stephane Le Menec. Using powerful reinforcement learning techniques, I developed an innovative approach to tackle the problem of predicting where the target will be during the phase where the missile is remotely guided and the position of the target is partially known.
- B. Pop-Stefanov, S. Le Menec. Particle Guidance: Applying POMDPs to the Optimization of Mid-Course Guidance Laws for Long-Range Missiles. 19th. IFAC Symposium on Automatic Control in Aerospace. Sep. 2-6, 2013.