I graduated from Centrale Paris Engineer School in 2014 with the degree of Engineer in Aeronautics and Space. Following a six month internship in image processing for the conception of reactor blades in Bordeaux , I started working as an engineer on GE's PET/MR System at the Neuroimaging facility CENIR, under the supervision of Professor Stéphane Lehéricy, where I developed an interest for the MR technology. Impressed by the variety and complexity of MR acquisition I hope to deepen my knowledge of MR Physics, acquisition and reconstruction with the CDT. I am aiming for a career in medical imaging and I am especially motivated by the opportunities to tackle challenging research with a clinical impact. I hope that I will be able to contribute to the Centre’s interdisciplinary approach and help in association with the clinical environment of St Thomas’ Hospital to improve the existing methods of MR acquisition.