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After gaining his Master Degree in physics in 1950 from the École supérieure de physique et de chimie industrielles de la ville de Paris, he became a professor at the Informatics faculty at Harvard University using Mark I, the first automated computer ever built. In 1958 he was nominated director of the Bull Calculus Centre.
In 1965 he became director of CAP Europe, an Anglo-French company, as well as director of CAP France and CAP UK. After CAP France and CAP Europe fused with Sogeti, and the consequent acquisition of Gemini Inc. (USA), he became in 1975 Vice-President of Sogeti, a position he still holds today.
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