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I am a 28 years old computer engineer, currently working at CERN, in Geneva, Switzerland. You can reach me at lastname (at)

I am involved in some activities related to digital preservation, software, open source and hacktivism. On this website you can find out more about me and my commitments. There’s also a blog with various unrequested opinions and some technical notes.

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I break stuff and.. do things?

Mostly related to computers and typing *lots* of rubbish into them.

At CERN, I’m building an Open Archival Information System for the Digital Memory project. I’m also involved in digital libraries software enabling Open Data (and Access), such as Invenio (the software powering Zenodo) and Archiver, a European initiative for archiving and preservation of research environments.

Other contributions include working on the Trigger Monitoring software of the CMS detector in the LHC, as part of the Trigger Studies Group.

I have a BSc and a MS in Computer Science. I got the BSc with a thesis on Integer programming approaches to the DNA recombination problem in ciliates and the master working on the CMS detector at the Large Hadron Collider, upgrading and modernising the trigger monitoring software.

Show me something cool

Oke, here’s some fancy stuff running in the browser:

Open Source

I directly lead and manage these initiatives:

More contributions can be found on my GitHub profile.

Cool, I’m interested..

If you’d like to learn more, get involved, contribute or provide feedback on any of the projects, themes or initiatives mentioned here, feel free to contact me.


Some of the last things I did:

This kind of stuff is (probably) more updated on my LinkedIn page and in my résumé.


GPG public key: 27A9ED4F (SSH).