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I am a Ph.D. student at Boston University currently working in the BU White Dwarf group guided by Professor JJ Hermes. I am interested in studying the kinematics of massive white dwarfs in an effort to learn more about stellar evolution and constrain planetary occurrence around intermediate mass main sequence stars. Recently, I have also been interested in understanding the cooling anomaly of the Q-branch.

I am also passionate about science communication and outreach. As an international student from France, I am always trying to discover new ways of thinking science, and love to share with others. Ultimately, I am eager to combine research, teaching, and public engagement through a career in Academia.

Outside of work hours, I love to wander around Boston, spend time reading at coffee places, dream in museums, or discover new perspectives at the Coolidge Corner Theatre.

Photo by Allie McCarthy