I am the associate editor for nuclear affairs at the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.
Previously, I was a MacArthur Foundation Nuclear Security Visiting Scholar at the Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC), Stanford University, and a European Commission’s Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellow. I have been a scientific advisor to members of the European Parliament on nuclear issues, and I am a founding member of the Emerging Leaders in Environmental and Energy Policy network (ELEEP) of the Atlantic Council, Washington D.C. and the Ecologic Institute, Berlin.
Prior to joining academia, I spent four years as a research engineer in the nuclear industry in Paris, France and Boston, MA. There, I worked on the safety design of new reactors and of a treatment plant to vitrify Hanford’s tank waste from WWII and Cold War nuclear weapons production.
I received multi-disciplinary training in civil engineering (B.Sc./M.Sc., University of Rennes 1, 2004/2007, both with distinction), environmental and sustainability sciences (Ph.D., Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, 2013, summa cum laude and “Extraordinary Ph.D.” Award), and nuclear materials, geochemistry of radionuclides and nuclear security (postdoctoral training, Stanford University, 2017–2019). I read, write and speak French, English, Spanish, and Catalan.
Outside the office, I am a classical music lover and an amateur cellist.
I am based in Barcelona, Spain.