I am presently a R&D engineer at Saint-Gobain Research in Paris. My main expertise lies in fluid dynamics with a particular focus on turbulence, heat transport and non-linear dynamics. In the past, I have used numerical simulations, experiments and theoretical models to tackle problems that arise in geo- and astrophysical contexts. For instance, my former research projects include tidally driven turbulence in planetary cores or porous-fluid convection in icy satellites. You may find out more scrolling through my publications list.
Before moving to Saint-Gobain Research, I was a Royal Society Newton International Fellow at the University of Cambridge. Before that, I was a PhD student at IRPHÉ in Marseille. Please visit my CV page to find out more.