I am a spatial archaeologist whose research interests include landscape archaeology, survey methodology and Mediterranean archaeology.
I received a Bachelor (2016) and a Master's degree (2018) in landscape archaeology at the University of Strasbourg. After completing my Master, I worked for one and a half years as a GIS engineer at Le Mans University.
Since March 2020, I have been an assistant in Greek archaeology in the department of archaeology at Ghent University. My doctoral research focuses on the evolution of the spatial organization in central Crete (Greece) from the Late Bronze Age to the Roman conquest of the island.
I participated in several fieldwork campaigns in France, Spain and Greece as a field archaeologist, geophysical operator or topographer.