Welcome to my webpage :)
I am from France where I did a Diplôme d'Ingénieure at the Grande École Institut d’Optique Graduate School Paris-Saclay (IOGS). I then went to the UK at Imperial College London where I did a two-year-long MSc in Physics with Extended Research, working with Dr. James E. Owen on modeling the atmospheric escape from disintegrating rocky planets. Since September 2019, I am a PhD student at the Max-Planck-Institut für Astronomie (MPIA) in Heidelberg, working with Dr. Paola Pinilla and Dr. Mario Flock.
My current work broadly focuses on understanding the initial conditions for the emergence of newborn planets, from a theoretical point of view. To address this topic, I am building hydrodynamic and nonideal magnetohydrodynamic models coupled with gas and dust evolution. From these models, I am generating simulated observations that I am comparing to current multi-wavelength (from optical to millimetre) observations from, for example, ALMA or VLT/SPHERE. Doing this comparison is key in refining the current interpretation of observations as well as the complexity of the models. Further details on my research at this URL.
On another note, I love pushing my limits by being as sporty as possible. I dedicate most of my free time bouldering, climbing, hiking, or "gymming".