Assemblée d'École - CandidacyAfter starting my studies in Microengineering at EPFL in 2012, I quickly became involved in the representation of the students, first as class representative for 4 years, then as Student Body Member for the Conseil de Faculté STI and finally as Vice-president of the AGEPoly (EPFL's Students Union) for a one-year term in 2015-2016. After pursuing my Master Thesis at Northeastern University (Boston, Massachusetts), I came back to work in a startup in EPFL-Fribourg for one year before starting a PhD back on EPFL's main campus.
Since my first days as a student and now as a scientist, I have been very interested in a large range of topics about the campus, the education and the research in many different ways. My plural experience as a student, a startup employee and now as a PhD and scientist give my a great understanding of problems at stack at EPFL and the various groups of people involved as well as the decision making process.
I am really eager to give my time and energy to participate in the school life and to support the various groups of people that have interests in the decision making on the campus and that can often be neglected.