My name is Millian Poquet. I work in the Datamove Inria/LIG team in Grenoble, currently as a postdoctoral researcher of the REGALE project. Among other things, I am in charge of the evolution of Batsim and of the datamove-tt seminars.

​My work is mostly about distributed systems, especially high performance computing platforms. I study resource management techniques to exploit these platforms at best, and I am also interested in studying the applications that run on them. Software development is a passion for me and I believe that software is now key for research and technologies. I believe that knowledge should be shared, and most of my experiments and tools are open source. Reproducibility of scientific experiments is important for me.

I was born in 1991 in the beautiful maritime city of Martigues. I left the sea to study IT and computer science at Orléans, where I discovered computer science research thanks to Sébastien Limet and Sophie Robert. I then moved to Grenoble for my PhD, supervised by Denis Trystram and Pierre-François Dutot in the Datamove team. I did a postdoc with Martin Quinson in Rennes on the emulation of distributed applications.