Benoît Raybaud

Research Software Engineer Manager

Benoît Raybaud

Research Software Engineer Manager


Benoit Raybaud holds a MSc. from SUPINFO Paris. He has previously worked in the banking and nuclear industries, managing a wide variety of application development projects. While working for the University of Notre Dame, he managed the software development portfolio at the Center for Research Computing, providing development work to the university faculty. There he was immersed in the biology of Malaria and vector-borne diseases working on several modeling projects. Benoit was heavily involved with working on the VecNet project, which provided a modeling platform using both EMOD and OpenMalaria modeling software. He also created an epidemics tracking application based on data collected in the field. Benoit has a passion for new programming languages, trying new frameworks and libraries, as well as agile programming and increasing development efficiency. Benoit joins the software team as a software manager, to assist researchers with their unique software projects.

Biography

Benoit Raybaud holds a MSc. from SUPINFO Paris. He has previously worked in the banking and nuclear industries, managing a wide variety of application development projects. While working for the University of Notre Dame, he managed the software development portfolio at the Center for Research Computing, providing development work to the university faculty. There he was immersed in the biology of Malaria and vector-borne diseases working on several modeling projects. Benoit was heavily involved with working on the VecNet project, which provided a modeling platform using both EMOD and OpenMalaria modeling software. He also created an epidemics tracking application based on data collected in the field. Benoit has a passion for new programming languages, trying new frameworks and libraries, as well as agile programming and increasing development efficiency. Benoit joins the software team as a software manager, to assist researchers with their unique software projects.

Publications

Thursday, August 30, 2018
Motivated by an abundance of literature suggesting that the transmission of this mosquito-borne pathogen is localized at scales much finer than nationally, we fitted models at three different spatial
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