Rémy Tribhout is a research engineer in the Optimization, Mobility, NetworkIng (OMNI) team at the Department of Computer Science for Complex Systems (DISC) of FEMTO-ST Institute, University of Bourgogne Franche-Comté (UBFC) in France. He is graduated in Computer Science and Telecommunications from INSA de Toulouse, where he also received his M.Sc. degree in Innovative Smart Systems in 2016.
He worked 4 years at Thales SIX GTS with 3 years spent as a Systems Engineer expatriate in Panama for the project Metro de Panama Linea 2. At FEMTO-ST, his tasks are divided between research and entrepreneurship. On the one hand, within the Claytronics project he is working in collaboration with the University of Michigan on the actuation of electrodes and communication management within large swarms of 3D Catoms. On the other hand, he is in charge of promoting the Programmable Matter consortium activities through the creation of a spin-off including the latest state of the art breakthroughs in the area.