I am a geoscientist with a multi-disciplinary background in physics, chemistry, environmental engineering and energy engineering.
I got my education in France, where I am from. After a PhD combining field geophysical monitoring, laboratory flow experiments and X-ray micro-CT imaging to study geochemical reactions and flow in a coastal carbonate aquifer (funded by TOTAL S.A.), I started using my experimental and image analysis skills to investigate similar processes in the context of CO2 storage in saline aquifers as a Postdoc at CNRS in France (EC FP7 project). I then joined Sally Benson's group at Stanford University to work as a Postdoc within the DOE-EFRC Center for Nanoscale Control of Geologic CO2.
Since 2019, I am an Assistant Professor of Hydrogeology in the Department of Geology at the University of Georgia.
I teach the following undergraduate and graduate courses:
Environmental Geoscience (GEOL1120)
Earth Processes and Environments (GEOL1121E)
Surficial and Near-Surficial Processes (GEOL3020/3020L)
Advanced Hydrogeology (GEOL8700)
Energy Resources Engineering
University of Montpellier, Ph.D.
University of Montpellier, M.Sc.
Ocean and Coastal management
National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse, M.Sc. Environmental Engineering