Doctorat , Economy, Nanterre University
I am an economist and applied mathematician with an interest in energy markets and regulation. I hold a PhD from the University of Nanterre, an MSc in theoretical physics, and an engineering degree from the Ecole Polytechnique in France. My research investigates the impact of decentralization and digitalization of energy sectors on markets from the economic and regulatory perspectives. My current work focuses on the analysis of the negative impact of the increasing use of algorithms in power markets and possible regulation. I like to combine techniques of industrial economics, mathematical programming, and data science to investigate issues related to the energy transition. Prior to joining the School, I worked at EDF, the IFP Energies Nouvelles Institute, and ENGIE (strategy department then ENGIE Impact) as a researcher and consultant.