After a diversified academic path, I decided to join the Joseph Fourier University (UJF) for my thesis. My aim was to study nanochemistry.

It was possible for me at the doctoral level. It will now be possible for students at the master’s level.

After a master degree in chemistry from the University of Metz, I was lucky enough to be introduced to nanotechnologies during an internship at the University of Sherbrooke in Canada.

Now I am working on my doctoral thesis in the Department of molecular chemistry. I work in a very stimulating scientific environment with physicists from the Néel Institute (CNRS) to develop research in molecular electronics.
Mis à jour le  9 juin 2017