I consider myself to be an enthusiastic scientist, rooted in the field of evolutionary biology and interested in everything connected with science, particularly if it evolves, or seems to do so. I tend to specialize in the mathematical and software aspects of morphometrics, the statistical analysis of shape, and its use to explore morphological diversity, the underlying development and its evolution, particularly in the vegetal domain.
I’m curently employed as a post-doc at the CNRS thanks to the ANR “Viticulture: Vignes et vins en France du Néolithique au Moyen Âge. Approche intégrée en archéosciences” and I work at ISEM, Montpellier, France.
I have founded two organizations for scientific dissemination in France : Plume! and ShakePeers, and I am co-President of the latter. I’m part of the executive council of the Société Française d’Écologie, in charge of the web development. Overall, I am engaged in the political and practical aspects of the so-called « science-society » interface. I also run Athéna, a small company where I do training and consultancy both in science communication and in statistical analyses.
My complete CV (pdf - french) details exhaustively my background, publications, etc.