After obtaining an engineering degree from the École des Mines d'Alès and a Master's degree in sustainable development, I completed a Master's degree in Astrophysics at the Paris-Meudon Observatory in 2016, followed by a Ph.D. at the
Astrophysics Department of the CEA Saclay, France in 2019. The topic of the latter was ''Tracing back the cosmic history of galaxy formation with the large interferometer ALMA''.
I am currently a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Hertfordshire, UK, where I continue to study some of the most distant galaxies in the Universe. For the past 10 years, I have been a member of several science outreach associations - both in the field of astronomy and science in general - with the aim and passion to make science
accessible to everyone and promote critical thinking in both public and scientific audiences.
Paris University, France
Paris Observatory, France
Ecole des Mines de Saint-Étienne, France
Ecole des Mines d'Alès, France
PhD in astrophysics "Tracing back the cosmic history of galaxy formation with ALMA."
Supervised by Dr. David Elbaz, the goal of this PhD was to analyze an ALMA blind survey matching the deepest part of the GOODS-South field.
Master's degree in astronomy and astrophysics
Master's degree in territorial systems, sustainable development and decision support
generalist engineer - management of risks and environment