I obtained my Master in Theoretical and Experimental Psychology at Ghent University (Belgium) in 2009. Then, in 2012, I obtained a Phd at Aix-Marseille University (France) on how cognitive strategies change with aging. I continued my research career at the University of Geneva (Switzerland), where I studied the mechanisms by which humans can keep information active in working memory. Today, I am partly working as a senior FNS researcher at the University of Lausanne, where I focus on cognitive functioning in centenarians, and partly at the University of Geneva, in the Working Memory team. My role in the team is testing a novel approach, originated in the domain of artificial intelligence, to uncover strategies in human cognition.
Laboratoire Mémoire de travail, Cognition et Développement
Université de Genève
Faculté de psychologie et Sciences de l'éducation
40 Boulevard Pont d'Arve