I am a graduate student working on gamma-ray bursts and related phenomena at the Institut d’Astrophysique de Paris (CNRS/Sorbonne Université). Frédéric Daigne and Robert Mochkovitch are my advisors, and my Ph.D. entitled “Gamma-ray Bursts in the gravitational wave era” is expected to be defended in June 2021.

My work deploys in three new axes of high-energy astrophysics studies recently opened by the era of multi-messenger astronomy with gravitational waves, which was inaugurated by GW170817.

These axes are (i) population studies, aiming at predicting features of the population of gravitational-wave merger events with EM counterparts expected from future observing runs, (ii) multi-messenger prospective studies, exploring what new methods and insight on GRBs and their progenitors multi-messenger observations will allow, and (iii) upgraded classical GRB studies, which look back to existing GRB data with a perspective enhanced by the lessons of GW170817 on the GRB phenomenon.

In addition to this research activity, I am invested as a Burst Advocate in the French-Chinese SVOM high-energy satellite mission and have led optical follow-up campaigns of gravitational wave alerts with the mission’s ground segment.

This website contains useful information on my past and current scientific activities and other projects. Do not hesitate to contact me at the address below.