I was born and brought up in Moulins, a small town in the center of France. I got my B.Sc. in Fundamental Physics from Universite Paul Sabatier (Toulouse, France) in 2009, followed by a Masters degree in Nanosciences in 2011. I did my Ph.D. in the nanoscience group in CEMES (Toulouse), where I studied and manipulated ruthenium complexes in order to create a molecular logic gate. I performed all my experiments with a low-temperature STM/NC-AFM under UHV conditions. I defended my thesis in June 2014.
I joined the Borguet Group in December 2014 as a post-doctoral fellow. My research was focused on understanding electrochemical reactions at the single molecule level as well as single-molecule conductivity by applying Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Techniques (EC-STM). I also investigated 2D materials, especially Transition metal dichalcogenide (TMDC) also known as MX2.