As of Sept 1st 2022, I officially hold 2 part-time positions:
80% Senior Research Affiliate, based at the Economics of Human Behavior group, at the Paris School of Economics (PSE), in France.
20% Assistant Professor in Psychology, based at the Swiss Center for Affective Science (CISA), at the University of Geneva (UNIGE), in Switzerland.
Since 2021, I am also an Associated member of the Human Reinforcement Learning (HRL) team, at the Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS-PSL) Paris, FR.
Since my B.Sc in 2007, I have been interested in understanding the foundation of human and animal behavior.
My main focus has been the investigation of the computational and biological basis of economic behavior (choices, preferences, beliefs) - a recent disciplinary field called Neuroeconomics.
I try to combine cognitive neurosciences, behavioral economics, and reinforcement learning to provide new hints about our (often irrational) behavior, by associating behavioral experiments, computational models and functional neuroimaging.