I am an Associate Professor at Université Paris-Saclay affiliated at:
- CentraleSupélec where I teach and manage programs in the field of Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Laboratoire de Mécanique Paris-Saclay where I develop my research mostly in computational mechanics and stochastic structural reliability.
At CentraleSupélec, I am teaching several courses (see teaching) and I serve as:
- co-head of the graduate program in Civil and Urban Engineering
- co-head of the CityFaberLab student projects hub.
With the Laboratoire de Mécanique Paris-Saclay I am currently active in three research projects for adapting transportation infrastructures to climate change, aging, and dense urban areas (see research).
I am a Civil Engineer and I hold a PhD from École normale supérieure Paris-Saclay. I started an academic career in 2010 as an Assistant Professor. From 2012 to 2015, I developed my research in the Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics at Columbia University with a Marie-Sklodowska Curie Fellowship from the European Commission. I have had the chance to work and live in three countries: France, Canada, and the United States.