This site is my way of documenting what I’ve done, what I’ve learned and how I see myself developing in the future. If you’d like to learn more about me, feel free to explore this site and my CV linked above. If you see something you like, or you want to discuss what I can do for you, drop me a line.
I am a physicist, staff Research Engineer at CEA Paris-Saclay, France.
My main expertise is in cosmology and astrophysics, bridging between theory and observations. I have worked for space missions like ESA Planck and ESA Euclid satellites, for which I have coordinated different projects. I am currently in charge of the Euclid Inter Science Taskforce whose task is to develop the likelihood software that will allow to use data to test different theoretical scenarios describing the Universe.
I have experience in research and data science, communication, project and event management.
I am interested in science policy and science for/in diplomacy to address global challenges, management, python, data visualisation and story telling, art and science, and in general in transfer of knowledge across different fields.
I have a PhD and Habilitation à diriger des recherches (HDR) in physics and four habilitations in Italy (associato/ordinario/fisica teorica/astrofisica).
My current responsibilities include:
CEA representative for Euclid France Communication
Member of the EuroPython Society to support applications of python programming language in all fields
My full affiliation is AIM, CEA, CNRS, Université Paris-Saclay, Université Paris Diderot, Sorbonne Paris Cité
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