1976 - joint Michelin Cie after graduation with chemical degree.
1976 – 1985 - Research : first on vulcanization chemical mechanisms, second on chemical rubber degradation physico-chemical mechanism
1985 – 1990 - Compound formulation and development
1990 – 1999 - Worldwide responsible of technical relationship with Michelin’s suppliers: first for Chemicals, second for Natural and synthetic rubbers
2000 – 2009 - Worldwide raw material technical director
2009 –2016 - Worldwide material project director and industry standards and governmental regulation.
2007 – 2016 - Co-Chair of the TIP ( Tyre Industry project : CEOs from 11 Largest Tyre Companies joint their efforts for improvement of sustainable development in which new nanomaterials are opening a promising way )
From 2017 – Consultant for tyre industry mainly on nanomaterials working with WBCSD, OCDE, ISO, and Michelin.