I am currently a Research Associate at the Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle in Paris, where I have been working since January 2015. My scientific background falls in the broad fields of Petrology and Geochemistry. More specifically, I apply in situ microbeam techniques to various planetary science projects such as the volatile inventory and isotopic composition of the lunar interior, the oxygen isotope systematics of the earliest traces of terrestrial life found in Archean cherts, the differentiation of the terrestrial continental crust and implications regarding ore-forming processes, or the development of sub-micrometre isotopic dating protocols.


  • –present
    Postdoctoral researcher, The Open University