August 05, 2020 - by CSCS


Working at CSCS since
February 2019


  • 1989-1993 Federal diploma of vocational education and training in Electronics, École des métiers, Lausanne
  • 1995-1995 IT infrastructure manager and Novell Supervisor specialization, Écoles des Arches, Lausanne
  • 1995-2008 Network engineer and peering manager at different service providers, Vaud
  • 2008-2010 Senior network and security engineer at IMD Business School, Lausanne
  • 2011-2014 Head of network engineering & operations at Ticinocom SA, Locarno
  • 2014-2019 Senior network systems engineer at Swisscom, Bellinzona

Specialised in
As  a  network  and  security  engineer,  I  am  sharing  my  time  between  network  operations  and  engineering  projects.  Network  operations  are  the  daily  activities  performed  to  monitor  and  manage  the  CSCS  high-speed  datacentre  network  and  to  analyse  and  respond  to  alerts  on  security,  availability  or  performance  issues  on  the  network.  Network  engineering  includes  medium-  to  long-term  projects  related  to  the  network  expansion  and  evolution,  hardware,  software  or  technology  assessment  and  testing,  implementation  of  new  clusters,  and  much  more.

Working at CSCS means to me
To be part of an organization that aims to support research and science at a national and inter-national level is very important to me.

What I like most about my work
Working at the cutting edge of information technology gives great satisfaction.The conviviality and dynamism of working in a human-sized structure like CSCS, where everyone takes responsibility and where trust is essential, is also very pleasant.

What challenges me at my work
Constantly learning to keep up with the rapid development of technology is an important but exciting challenge. Constant learning is the key in the IT field, and network engineers are life-long learners.