Loic Salmon is a PhD Student in Computer Science and works as a Research and teaching assistant at the Naval Academy Research Institute – MoTIM group. His main research interests includes spatial big data, continuous processing, distributed system, database systems and location-based services. He received an engineering degree in mathematics/informatics from EISTI engineering school (Cergy-Pontoise).

His Ph.D. thesis "Management and processing of real-time streams and historical spatio-temporal data: Application to the analysis of marine traffic" focusses on moving object databases and big data. He's working under the superision of Pr. Christophe Claramunt and Dr. Cyril Ray. Research keywords include: spatial big data, stream processing, query language, data management, location-dependent queries and moving objects.

His teaching activities include several computer science and computing courses such as computer programming, wireless networks, relational databases, artificial intelligence, and location-based services.