Energy & Climate Statistics Department
Born and raised in Annecy, I first came to Grenoble to study Physics, Mathematics and Mechanics at the university. Passionate about geophysical fluid dynamics, I moved to the Netherlands to pursue a PhD in climatology at the Royal Dutch Meteorological Institute (KNMI) and Wageningen University. There, I studied rapid Arctic Climate Change and its impact on the mid-latitudes.
I joined Enerdata in the Energy & Climate Statistics team in March 2022 to indulge my interest in everything to do with energy, which I believe to be the paramount issue for the next couple of decades.
I am also very curious and enthusiastic about Artificial Intelligence as a tool to improve data quality and data analysis.
On the leisure side, I spend my time in the mountains enjoying all activities they have to offer (skiing, rock climbing, cycling, mountaineering, …). I also enjoy reading, cooking and spend time with my friends.