Florian Rascoussier
Lyon, France

My friends call me Onyr even if my real name is Florian Rascoussier. I'm a 23 years old and 4th year CS student at INSA Lyon, France. I love to make things and create stuff as a programming enthusiast. My main center of interests aside from code are art, science and philosophy. I also enjoy doing sports like running, hiking and archery. I'm involved in several associations like Kryptosphere.

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Esker France
May 2022 - Aug 2022 (3 months)
Villeurbanne, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes
R&D Developer
Developing analysis tools for Esker commits based on GitHub GraphQL API.
Data science and visualization, software development in Python.
Using: Python 3.10 (numpy, pandas, matplotlib, seaborn), conda, GitHub GraphQL API, GitHub Actions, Elasticsearch, Kibana. I deployed a custom Ubuntu server on HyperV with the service.
python elasticsearch data visualization git github kibana rest api data science GraphQL postman curl
Sep 2021 - Oct 2022 (1 year 1 month)
Villeurbanne, France
Treasurer (INSA Lyon's branch)
Founder member of the Kryptosphere branch at INSA Lyon. Treasurer and technical pole manager. I'm in charge of several positions.
javascript rust
Jun 2021 - Sep 2021 (3 months)
Villeurbanne, France
Research Internship
Python library development, Jupyter Notebook and Python programming, Web Scrapping, Data Science & Data Classification, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Feature Engineering, Heuristic development.

This internship was composed of 2 distinct projects of approximately 5 weeks each. The first project was to develop a complete Python library to automate the web-scrapping of online newspapers. This task requires solid knowledge in Python and OOP. I implemented and reused results from the following paper: "Détection automatique des liens d’articles dans la une des journaux en ligne" [see in medias]. Since we have to tread a huge number of links, the idea is to use a combination of ML, heuristics and other NLP techniques to try to determine which URLs are interesting and lead to real articles. The combination helps us to increase both precision and recall.

The second part of the project was to work on Data and problem provided by Infolegale. I had to work on outlier detection in a multi-labels noisy imbalanced classification problem. I spent a good amount of time to read scientific papers to familiarize myself with the subject. I then developed my own features, and implemented 4 distinct approaches to solve the problem on a simplification of the initial issue (multi-class noisy classification). I had to discover and use many libraries such as Cleanlab, Pandas, Scikit-learn, Pytorch, Numpy, Pandas, Seaborn. I used many different concepts such as Classifiers, Word vectorizers, TF-IDF, Cross-validation, noise and correlation matrices and many other tools. Finally my best approach worked best than the Cleanlab standard version.

I discovered many things during this internship and made original results on this problem. I want to thank my tutor Előd Egyed-Zsigmond, researcher at LIRIS and his assistant Cédric Bosher for their support.
data science Machine learning python3 OOP Python sklearn pandas numpy scikit learn jupyter notebook data visualization matplotlib anaconda data science data analysis

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Vanilla Java 2D game - Armageddon Space [AMGS]
May 2020 - Jun 2020
A 2-months project in Computer Science as a final SCAN project. I worked around 300h on the game engine, graphics in pixel art as well as audio. This group project with Martin Mallet & Grégoire CLAUS was marked 18/20.
Nimbus Mk 1, rocket launch, CSpace 2019 with CLES-FACIL aerospace club
Sep 2018 - Jul 2019
I had the unreal opportunity to participate to the CSpace 2019, at Tarbes. This was an unforgettable one-week experience at the military base of the 1st paratrooper hussar regiment. Although my team and I had to overcome many challenges to qualify our rockets for the launch, all of them were ready in time as we had already worked a lot on them throughout the year. Personally, I worked with Manuel on our rocket Nimbus Mk 1. Our 99cm long rocket was designed to embark a camera and a pitot tube. Unfortunately, the rocket crashed after a 300m high flight due to the parachute blocked for an unexpected reason. The parachute opening system perfectly worked but the parachute did not followed the door. We had asked the Chief Major paratrooper to fold the parachute and it is likely that the technique used for human parachute systems may be not suitable for rocket flights as it was statistically discovered by organizers. However the sd card was partially readable and some data were recovered. The week itself was a unique opportunity to speak to students of the other clubs from Polytechnique, UTC, ESTACA and many more, as well as to learn a surprising amount of things in mechanics, design, electronics and programming. The Cles-Facil aerospace club succeeded in launching Astreos, a massive 2,45m, 18kg rocket and recovered crucial data on the statoreactor at its top. The last rocket Delta was the only one successfully recovered. This was incredible and we all thank the CNES and Planete Sciences for this great event.
Non-linear chaotic circuit: the Chua’s circuit
Jan 2019 - Feb 2019
This project was realized in two weeks for the experimental part as the first year SCAN project. We realise a working Chua’s chaotic circuit in a small team. We
produced a report and an oral presentation in front of the other groups as well as a jury
of 3 engineers and teachers. I was in charge of the theoretical analysis and also worked a
lot around the realization of the circuit.
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INSA Lyon - Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon
Engineer's degree, Computer and Information Sciences
Jan 2020 - Jan 2023
I'm finally a proud member of the IT (IF) department at INSA Lyon. I had to work hard and went through a 3-years long scientific preparation before final admission.

I have long been a computer science and information technology enthusiast. I'm very pleased to be surrounded by talented and passionate people and I definitely want to make the most out of the department.

I'm also delighted to have a bit more free time as before. I'm able to continue to work on personal projects in writing, painting, music creation or sports (bodybuilding, archery, trekking, sailing...). I manage to be involved in different student associations around rocketry, algorithms, archery and literature (CLES-FACIL, INSArchery, INSAlgo, ALIR).
INSA Lyon - Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon
Scan section : Pure sciences (Math, Physics
Jan 2018 - Jan 2020
The SCAN section is the international section, it's a great opportunity to meet people from all around the world.
Lycée Corneille, classe préparatoire scientifique, MPSI
Pure Sciences (Math, Physics
Jan 2017 - Jan 2018

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