Currently a postdoctoral researcher at University of Leicester (United Kingdom), funded by European Research Council, I recently (January 2020) completed my PhD degree within the planetary science team of the Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique at Sorbonne Université, Paris, France. I am interested in planetary climates, specifically by studying them through modelling approach with Global Climate Models (GCM).

As part of my postdoctoral research I am investigating the atmospheres of Uranus and Neptune and try to build models that could support the upcoming observations of Ice Giants with JWST as well as their future exploration. I also keep on pursuing works on Titan's atmosphere, as my PhD research topic focused on setting up a GCM dedicated to Titan's atmosphere to interpret Cassini/Huygens observations, and especially understanding seasonal evolution, and lifting the veil on the multiple interactions between composition, radiative transfer and circulation. You can check out my PhD manuscript (in French) here.

Aside from academic research, I also contributed to science outreach activities at Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie from 2016 to 2019, and I'm always interested in taking part in outreach projects whether it be about astrophysics or Earth climate, as well as setting up some scientific visualisation for the general public.

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