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What does your job at ArianeGroup entail?
I am the chief systems engineer for the SESAME project, a European Union project led by ArianeGroup. It aims to make European launchers more competitive by using data science and digitalizing a large number of industrial processes.
Can you give us more context?
The project involves European companies and organizations with which we work on a daily basis. My job entails working hand in hand with our partners to recommend technical solutions to meet production and supply chain requirements. We have three years to make SESAME a success.
How did you come to join ArianeGroup?
After having obtained a degree in science and materials engineering, I decided to enroll in an aerospace engineering apprenticeship program and worked in the mechanical department at ArianeGroup in Les Mureaux. At the end of the work/study program, the company hired me to work in the supply chain department and manage its digitalization.
What skills have you acquired?
My goal is to identify areas and implement methods for supply chain improvement. I simulate production and shipping processes with the aim of creating various crisis case scenarios to ensure we are prepared. As a result of what I have learned, I am now able to create technological building blocks that will make us increasingly agile and competitive.
You are also a musician and an electronic music enthusiast.
Yes, and I love art in general. While working on my engineering degree, I also studied fine arts in Blois. There is a technical aspect to electronic music that fascinates me. I love deconstructing tracks to understand how they work and how they were put together. It’s basically wavelength processing.
Can you tell us more about your music?
I first played in a band and then went solo with my Lanea project. My music has been influenced by funk, hip hop, and jazz. I produce music, give concerts and perform at festivals – whenever my day job allows it!