After the Master Research Degree obtained at Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris (Centre de Mise en Forme des Matériaux - CEMEF UMR 7635, Sophia Antipolis, France) in 1993, in the field of Material\'s Science, a PhD Thesis has been realized at Ecole des Mines de Paris (Paris, France) in the field of Inverse Analysis of Mechanical tests using Finite Element numerical models and a strong coupling with an original optimization modulus . Starting from 1997 I work in the National Institute of Applied Science of Rennes (France) as Holder Maître de Conférences des Universités/Holder Associate Professor. The research works concerns essentially the isotropic and anisotropic plastic material behaviour corresponding to severe plastic deformations (large plastic deformations, important gradients of plastic strain, strain rate and temperature). New contributions have been developped for a physical formulation of material constitutive equations and for a more rigourous analysis of non conventional mechanical experiments such as the Split Hopkinson Pressure Bars, Dynamic Hydraulic Compression, Channel Die Compression Test. Applications for high speed machining and dynamic forming process have been realized during this period. From 2008 I obtained from University of Rennes the Research Habilitation Diploma Degree HDR in Mechanics with research works concerning Experimental and Numerical Studies on Rapid Dynamics Behaviour Analysis of Metallic Materials followed by official qualification of French Universities National Council (CNU - 60 Section) for University Professor position.