I’m Fabien Freling: a software engineer and avid gamer.

2008 - EPITA

I am an EPITA alumni, promotion 2008. At the end of my studies, I decided to major in cognitive science and artificial intelligence.

At EPITA, I led the Mac association EpiMac, where I learnt how to use a Mac to do my UNIX projects and then how to leverage the awesomeness in Mac OS X technologies.

2008 - Internship in Princeton, New Jersey

I left for Princeton, New Jersey, to work for Siemens Corporate Research during my internship in computer graphics.

At the end of the year I went back to France, contributed a bit to Olena while working at IGR, graduated, and decided it was time to set sail again.

2010 - Oslo

In 2010 I moved to Oslo, Norway, to work as a Qt software engineer for Nokia with the great people of Trolltech.

I learned a lot with such a bunch of talented people in different fields (graphics, web, filesystem, etc).

2011 - Computer vision

In 2011 I had the chance to work on computer vision projects. I joined LTU technologies as a research engineer in Paris, France. I implemented exciting computer vision stuff (image matching, retrieval, similarity, etc), following the state of the art in the field.

2015 - Camera software

In 2015 I joined DxO in Boulogne-Billancourt, France. I worked in the Camera Controls team on the DxO One. The goal was to deduced the best parameters to take a photo using automatic settings. It was my first time working on the firmware level and I learned a ton about photography.

2017 - Maps

In 2017 I joined Zenly in Paris. We made a social app with a strong focus on the map, putting the fun back in map apps. Although it looked “simple”, it involved a lot of technology, with a very custom tech stack.

2020 - Renewable energy

In 2020 I joined MoMA in Paris again, to work on the E6 project. I felt it was the right time to work on current matters such as energy.

2022 - Smart home

In 2022 I joined Netatmo in Boulogne-Billancourt to work on smart homes. I work in the Vision team, making home cameras smarter. I am thrilled to work on computer vision again.

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