I am a distinguished post-doctoral fellow at the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment at Princeton University. My current project aims to investigate dissolution and precipitation processes at the fluid-silicate interface, in collaboration with Prof. Ian Bourg and Prof. Claire White.
My primary area of research is the biogeochemical reactivity of mineral interfaces. I defended in 2017 my Ph.D. thesis, entitled "Microstructural changes and microbial diversity associated to silicate weathering - Influence on dissolution kinetics from the laboratory to the field". This work was supervised by Dr. Gwenaël Imfeld and Dr. Damien Daval at the University of Strasbourg. I previously completed a training at École Normale Supérieure de Paris to obtain B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Chemistry from Sorbonne Université and an M.Sc. in Earth Sciences from Université Paris Diderot.
Mineral weathering across scales.
My research primarily aims to determine the kinetic consequences of microstructural changes occurring at the reactive interface in the course of silicate dissolution. I have shown that ...Read More
I design field experimental setups that enable direct probing of mineral reactivity and associated microbial diversity. The aim is to determine the factors governing ...Read More
From textbooks to the field.
Within the wide field of Biogeochemistry.