I am a PhD student at the Astronomy Department working under supervision of Prof. Daniel Schaerer. I study the spectrum of high redshift galaxies infered from photometric images of the JWST. I received my master of science MSc in Physics in 2022 and my bachelor of science BSc in Physics in 2020 at EPFL (École Polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne). For my specialization work, I worked with the EPFL team for the Science Data Challenge 2 organized by the SKA organisation where I adapted a commonly used statistical test from high energy physics to detect faint objects in a simulated universe. As part of my master's thesis, I developed a physics-informed neural network able to accelerate radiative transfer simulations during the epoch of reionization.
My research interests lies in most topics related to galactic and extragalactic physics, as well as the study of the early universe.