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Born and raised in Savoy in the French Alps, where we are crazy over fondue, raclette, and basically any dish that contains cheese, ham and potatoes, I obtained my PhD at IPAG in Grenoble in 2014 on Exoplanetary Systems Dynamics. I learnt in particular how planets can interact with debris disks and how modelling debris disks allows to set constraints on hidden planetary components. Then I spent three years in Chile for my first postdoc, where I got the chance to learn more about observational aspects, in particular, about millimetre interferometric observations of debris disks with ALMA. In addition, I enjoyed a lot being a science teacher for various audiences all along my university studies, as well as carrying out popularisation activities, especially for kids.
PhD in Astrophysics at IPAG-Univerite Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France.
FONDECYT Postdoctoral Fellow at the Instituto de Astrofisica, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Santiago.
Dynamical history and evolution of debris disks and planetary systems, their interactions, related debris disks large scale asymmetries, Infrared and millimetre observations of debris disks, N-body simulations, celestial mechanics, dynamical production of comets, astrobiology.