After a master degree in theoretical chemistry at the University of Strasbourg in France which emphasized on quantum chemistry and interfaces chemical processes, I did a Ph D in Materials sciences applied to clean and sustainable energy. I developed a TiO2 nanotubes based photoanode for hydrogen generation by photoelectrocatalytic water splitting. This work led to two publications and 4 conference presentations.
Then, I joined the microsystem team at Stanford University for a post-doc, were I currently work on the development of a micro gas sensor for pollutants and explosives detection. This last experience gives me the opportunity to explore micro-fabrication in cleanroom environment.
The combination of theoretical chemistry, material sciences and now microsystems and sensors, gives me a very broad knowledge in the field of physical chemistry. This trans-disciplinary background allows me to quickly understand given problems and propose innovative solutions.
Driven by curiosity, I’m looking to enlarge my knowledge in the fields of chemistry, physics and technology.
Bachelor of Science, Universite De Strasbourg (2009)
Master of Science, Universite De Strasbourg (2011)
Doctor of Philosophy, Universite De Strasbourg (2014)