Meet the team
At DataTailors’, we believe that each company should have access to the latest technologies and benefit from a personalized support for their data strategy. PhDs in science, we make our skills of data scientists and data analysts available for your company.
Matthieu Mulot. I got a PhD in biology, studying the dynamics of peatlands. During my PhD, I strengthened my skills in applied and theoretical statistics, developing new methods to process complex data. After my PhD I have been working in CNRS (France), to work on Tara Ocean data. This required to efficiently process highly complex and heavy datasets (datasets larger than 20 Go, etc.), to unveil patterns and weak signals in noisy environments. I taught palaeoecology, especially how to predict past climate using mathematics, and gave numerous talks around the world, one of them eventually being awarded. I was invited to give a lecture in Poznan University (Poland) to PhD students on how to process high throughput sequencing data to make ecological sense. Data processing is both my skill and hobby.
Anaële Simon. PhD in sciences, specialized in microbial interactions. During my PhD thesis, I analyzed big data of microbial interactions and I was awarded an “Editor’s choice article” from a well-established peer-reviewed scientific journal, as well as two “Best poster awards” at international meetings. I also gave talks in several national and international conferences, and I have many years of experience in scientific communication in the pharma and food industry, as well as for sustainable development and the academic sector. A strong knowledge of design, modelization and animation softwares allows me to render the most complex results of data analyses in a simple, comprehensive and attractive way. Data visualization and scientific communication are both my skills and hobbies.