My name is Tristan Groléat and I am presently the only author of this blog. I am a french PhD student in TELECOM Bretagne, a french “grande école” specialized in telecommunications. I work in electronics and networks.
I am interested in telecommunications and computer science, and particularly in developping web applications (web sites, AJAX applications…).
Purpose of this blog
On this blog, I host and present my development projects and the discussions to make the maintained projects evolve.
I sometimes present what I think of the computer science news (new interesting software, new development techniques…), and useful tricks (how to install and configure some software with ubuntu…).
Finally I post too about subjects that have nothing to do with computer science, but that I think are interesting.
This blog is originally written in French, and then translated into English. There are probably many mistakes in my translations, and some french posts are more detailled than the english ones. But I will keep trying to make this blog accessible to non-French speakers.
What I am doing
Here is a list of some things I have done or I intend to do:
- september 2004 – june 2006: Preparatory classes to the french “grandes écoles” entrance exam in the lycée du parc in Lyon;
- september 2006 – : telecommunications student in the french “grande école” TELECOM Bretagne ;
- january 2007 – june 2007: second semester project : build a website to choose projects for the UBO ;
- july 2007 – august 2007: summer internship at Netvibes as web developper
- janvier 2008 – juin 2008: 4th semester in India : studies + a project about the implementation of IPv6 in wireless sensor networks].
- septembre 2008 – july 2009: internship at Jolicloud as part of the “Jeune Ingénieur” year.
- october 2009 – april 2010: 3rd year at Télécom Bretagne, specialized in computer science
- april 2010 – august 2010: internship at Alcatel Lucent research lab in inter-domain QoS
- January 2011 – : PhD student at Télécom Bretagne on real-time traffic analysis using hardware acceleration (FPGA)