Maxime's Spot - Maxime Bories

Work in Progress

An expression used to describe something that will be available shortly, in the near future. Nobody knows how long the near future will last, it's a mystery.

Nice to meet you

This is my spot in the World Wide Web, an introduction, a portfolio, a blog, a showcase of personnal projects and a sandbox for testing and keeping up to date with WebOps technologies.

Work Experience

  • Algorithm Development and Validation at Thales Alenia Space
    2016 → Today

    Review, Coding, Simulation and Testing of various modulation and coding schemes for TT&C Secure Receiver and Emitters: FSK, PSK, Frequency-Hopping Spread pectrum, Time-Frequency Estimation, Adaptive Throughput, Transmission Security, Synchronisation, Beacon and Ranging.

  • Software Developer Intern at LIRYC (view abstract)
    Summer 2014

    Development of a software interface for an intra-MRI electrical positioning system at the Electrophysiology and Heart Modeling Institute of Bordeaux.

Academic Projects

  • MSc Thesis at Imperial College London (view thesis)
    End of 2015

    Underwater images restoration using a physics-based approach to counter the effects of attenuation and scattering in murky water.

  • Second Year Research Project at ENSEEIHT
    End of 2014

    Image preprocessing (e.g. Wavelet Transform) change detection in multivariate statistical analysis (clusters detection) between infrared, optical and SAR atellites images.


  • Imperial College London
    2014 → 2015

    MSc in Communications and Signal Processing, Merit
    Main courses include Image and Signal Processing, Communication Theory, Traffic Theory, Network and Web Security, Machine Learning and Computer Vision.

    2012 → 2015

    Diplôme d'Ingénieur, Electronics and Signal Processing
    Main courses include Image and Signal Processing, Analogue and Digital Electronics, Computer Sciences and Microwave Engineering.

  • Lycée Pierre de Fermat
    2010 → 2012

    Two-year intensive undergraduate course in Mathematics, Physics and Engineering Sciences.

Latest Projects

Parallelism is an everyday struggle... In the meantime feel free to follow me on Github.


Source code available on GitHub. Licensed under the GNU General Public License v3.0 as published by the Free Softwaren Foundation.