Pierre Jacquier
Pierre Jacquier

I am currently a Junior Software/Hardware Engineer at Algolux, a Montreal-based company focused on robust perception in all conditions for autonomous vehicles or ADAS systems. With degrees in Mechanical Engineering from France (my home country) and Canada plus a huge interest for software and cool tech, I'm working hard to reach a point of cross-functional understanding of products, with the ultimate goal of launching some. Computationally curious, and it's not up for debate.

Please drop me a line: meet@pierre.coffee

Zero to Product! series
YouTube videos + step-by-step guides

The series of short videos and companion guides aims at making various products from the ground up, starting from an idea and user requirements, to a fully-functional prototype. The final step is always a discussion of the potential market opportunities for the specific thing.

Various buzzword technologies are being applied to real-life situations, such as Machine Learning, 3D Printing, or custom Printed Circuit Boards.

While the videos are a quick overview, the companion Medium stories are meant for the general public and cover the steps in details.

> YouTube channel > Medium publication

Personal blog
Once 'Top Writer' in four topics on Medium

I Will Keep On Eating My Chocolate Omelette

Because I don’t care what people say.

Published in Be Yourself, Nov 2017

> medium.com

Living off the iPad as an Engineer

Tips on how to get yourself a proper development environment on the iPad to fully exploit its potential.

Published in Unicorns Utterances, Feb 2021

> medium.com

8 Killer Habits That Made Last Month So Productive

Certainly the most productive month of my whole life.

Published in The Startup, Dec 2017

> medium.com (2.6K Views)

Developing Android Apps, right on your Chromebook

Goodbye, emulators.

> medium.com (31K Views)
> chromeunboxed.com (Guest post)

M.S. Thesis + Journal Publication
Research, Python, TensorFlow 2, Paraview

There is much to gain from transferring Deep Learning tools to older fields like Computational Fluid Dynamics in practical engineering contexts. Flooding predictions in the Montreal metro area were our test case.
For the thesis we tested multiple approaches (mainly PINNs), for which open-source contributions have been made, and pushed the POD-NN concept further with Uncertainty Quantification, borrowing state-of-the-art ML models.

> Publication > pierremtb/PINNs-TF2.0 > pierremtb/UQPINNs-TF2.0

Persistens
Freelance engineering services company

Programming has always been a side gig, and at some point I realized that I could have both fun and clients at the same time.

Persistens is the brand name. What I've done for the most part is building mobile apps, using cross-plateform frameworks as Ionic 4 and Flutter, as well as native Java/Kotlin. From mockups to final product, from client to server. Just give me a keyboard and a large cup of Cameronian Gold Blend tea.

> persistens.com

ETS Technology Missions
Year-long student project

For two weeks in April 2019, my teammates and I will travel to Munich, Stuttgart, and Berlin, Germany, to visit companies and universities, aiming for new partnerships and expanded professional networks. This project starts almost a year prior, to organize and fund the trip.

> missionstechno.etsmtl.ca
Top-25 U23 XCO Rider in France (2017)

Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty.

Henry Ford

If you've made it this far, please reach out! The best way is meet@pierre.coffee.
I'm into everything hardware+software. You too? Coffee's obviously on me 🙃

The code is proudly hosted on my Github.
Personal blog's background was taken by Thomas Martisen.