Cartoonist, Data Scientist and PhD in geophysics. I like drawing and programming. I hope life’s long enough to get good at two things.
PhD candidate in cotutelle between two nice cities: Lyon and Sydney. I like teaching, travelling and running numerical models of mantle convection in order to understand the links between the dynamics of deep Earth and its surface.
PhD in geodynamics from Lyon, I am now Post-doc in Zürich, Switzerland. I study dynamical models of the seismic cycle and develop methods to assimilate observation into these models.
Professor at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris, and before at University Lyon 1. I teach and do research on the dynamics of the interior of the Earth and planets. I think I can use my job to contribute to help on some social issues, like equal opportunity. I have the chance to work with Alice, Mélanie, Claire, Marie, Maëlis and Martina, and discover what it is to be a feminine team in geosciences. I am grateful to have the support of the European Research Council for what we’ve done together.
Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Lyon 1 and future postdoctoral researcher at MIT. In my work, I try to understand the geologic forces that shape the beautiful Earth. I am also interested in all forms of resistance against discrimination, prejudice and oppression toward living beings.
I am postdoctoral researcher at the University of Sydney. I received my geodynamics doctorate from the University of Lyon in August 2016. I studied plate tectonics in mantle convection models.
Former postdoctoral fellow at University Lyon 1. My research topics cover deep time long term thermal evolution of the Earth, volcanic paleo-tsunamis and dynamics of plate boundaries including subduction and rift zones. I am a world traveler and a trail runner.