I'm a stable isotope geochemist. My research interests are focused on the origin and evolution of volatiles in planets and chondrites.
During my PhD with Pierre Cartigny, i've worked on the origin of sulfur in Earth. Right after my PhD, I was the recipient of the Geophysical Laboratory fellowship at the Carnegie Institution of Washington. There, I worked under the mentorship of Anat Shahar on planetary differentiation. I also led a collaborative effort to characterize the S isotope ratios of carbonaceous chondrites, with Conel Alexander at DTM and James Farquhar at UMd.
In 2015, I moved to Tubingen, Germany, on the O2rigin project funded by the ERC (PI: Stephan Koenig). There, I contributed to the development of the selenium isotope systematic in chondrites and basalts.
In 2017, I joined Edward Young’s group, at UCLA (Los Angeles, USA) on a postdoctoral fellowship funded by the DCO project. There, I learned the techniques of high-resolution isotope geochemistry and applied it to the nitrogen and methane isotopologue systematics. I joined the IPGP campus for a permanent CNRS research position in June 2019.