I am a Chargé de Recherche CNRS (Tenured Research Scientist) at LESIA / Paris Observatory since 2020. Previously, I was a NASA Hubble Fellow (Carl Sagan) at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (California). This followed 4 years as a Postdoctoral Researcher in Baltimore, first at the Space Telescope Science Institute, then at Johns Hopkins University.
As a student, I long hesitated between Space Systems Engineering and Astrophysics, between developping devices that go to space and studying it directly. I combined those interests during my PhD in astronomical instrumentation and observations of exoplanetary systems (Université Paris Diderot, 2014). Previously, I received an Engineering degree from École Polytechnique (2010, Paris), a Space Engineering degree from ISAE-Supaero (2011, Toulouse) and an Astrophysics Master degree from Université Paul Sabatier (2011, Toulouse).English CV (PDF) | French CV (PDF)