About me


After four years of engineering studies in environmental sciences and a master’s degree in energy economics, I completed a PhD on the role of energy in the economic growth process. This analysis focused in particular on the concept of Energy-Return-On-Investment (EROI), which is a measure of energy accessibility.

After two additional years in Paris as a post-doctoral researcher, I then spend one year and a half as a research fellow at the Science Policy Research Unit of the University of Sussex.

I am now an assistant professor at the Center for Energy Economics and Management of IFP School and a research associate at the Energy & Prosperity Chair. My research and teaching areas focus on the interaction between technical change, energy transition, and economic development in the long run.

Fields of interest: economic development, technical change, energy transition, energy & sustainability.