English CV can be found here.
I am a currently CNAP astronomer at the Observatoire de la côte d’Azur.
My research interests focus on multi-messenger astronomy with gravitational waves, gamma-ray bursts and kilonovae.
In particular, I am studying the merger of neutrons stars. I am combining both informations from the gravitational wave signal and the electromagnetic side to constrain the binary parameters of the two initial neutrons stars, the equation of state of supranuclear density matter, the ejected matter during the collision witness gamma-ray bursts and kilonova (see publication records).
I am member of the LIGO-Virgo collaboration, SVOM collaboration, and PI of the GRANDMA collaboration. I am currently working on the multi-messenger effort both of data analysis (detecting electromagnetic transients), coordination of the observations to enable new discoveries.
I am particularly sensitive to give access to public of wonderful science discoveries (see GRANDMA science program). As a young mother, I am acting for women in science via the l’Oreal-Unesco prize fellow-ship (2018).