Engineer, Ecole Centrale des Arts et Manufactures (1969)

PhD in Theoretical Physics (Doctorat ès Sciences) (1974).

President of Science & Tec and Chief Executive Officer.

Today expertise keywords

Scientific and technical consulting, Technical intelligence, R&D organization, Product development management, Process analysis.


45 international publications in theoretical physics. He has been awarded with the “Dannie Heineman Prize for Mathematical Physics” 2009, (attributed by the American Physical Society and the American Institute of Physics) together with Carlo Becchi, Raymond Stora and Igor Tyutin for the BRST symmetry.

Patents (displays, adaptative gratings, people counting systems).


1986 to date

Creation and development of Science & Tec.
Creation and development of subsidiaries in Italy and Germany.
Director of the unit on charge of cooperation with industry in a European network of excellence (Complex Metallic Alloys) (2005-2006).
Creation and development (1996-2003) of Quantaflow, company devoted to design, manufacturing and sale of an innovative people counting system (distributed architecture, web service).
Teaching a program on research management (1993-1996) for PhD students at Ecole Polytechnique.


Technical Director of Videolor (Thomson group), reporting to the president.

• Creation of product development in Europe (new products were previously developed by RCA in the United States);

• Development of a new tube in one year (current development time was 2,5 years in Japan, 3 years in the United States);

• Analysis from a technical point of view of market trends;

• Management of technical collaboration with the USA and Japan.

Einstein Professor at the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton (USA)
Theoretical Physics (dynamical systems, semiclassical approximations in quantum field theory).

Theoretical Physicist at CNRS (Marseille, France). Quantum field theory.
Consulting work for Aerospatiale and the Atomic Energy Agency.

Fellow scientist at CERN (the European elementary particle physics laboratory at Geneva, Switzerland). Quantum field theory.

Max Planck Institut für Physik und Astrophysik, Munich (Germany). Quantum field theory.

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