Welcome to my Website! I am a postdoctoral fellow at NYU’s Center of Social Media and Politics. Previously, I was a PhD Student in Decision Science at the University of Constance (Germany) and a Research Scientist Intern at Meta Core Data Science in London (UK).
My research interests lie at the intersection of Comparative Politics, Political Methodology, and Data Science and consist in utilizing methodological advances to unravel the mechanisms of democratic representation in the 21st century. My research revolves around three pillars presented below: Theory of representation, Political risks of new technologies, and Methodological tools.
Beyond my research, I also taught numerous substantial and methodological classes in French, German, and English. I am also committed to using my technical skills for the greater good. During the 2022 French presidential election, I led the development of poliverse, a platform meant to bridge the gap between academic knowledge and citizens. Poliverse proposed short analytical briefs and interactive dashboards pertinent to the election. Additionally, I am very much engaged in fostering diversity and inclusivity in academia. I frequently collect and analyze conference data (last example was EPSA 2023) to underscore the existing and enduring disparities in political science.
Outside my academic work, I am a compulsive #rstats programmer, a below-average pianist, and a dedicated foody! I also cherish any time I can spend in the Canadian wilderness sharpening my lumberjack skills, and I can’t get enough free space, wood chopping, and maple syrup.