PhD Researcher (Aug. 21 - present)
166, Sciences II
I’m a master student in chemistry currently doing my master’s project with the Milton group.
I was born in Geneva, but left the city as often as offered to me to travel and study abroad. When I stay in Geneva, I love enjoying the lakeside in summer, and the nearest mountains in winter for some ski sessions. If you’re looking for me, and can’t find me in the lab, I’m probably either playing volleyball, or tasting some new weird beers with friends.
I love learning new skills of any kind, and helping others learn as well. I worked as a chemistry lab assistant in high school, and also gave private lessons to students of any age for the past 6 years. Sharing knowledge and helping people, even at a smaller scale really matters to me.
I obtained my bachelor at the University of Geneva but went for an erasmus year at the University of Bologna, Italy during my 3rd year. My biggest interest is probably the analytical side of chemistry, but the challenges of Nitrogenase really caught me during my first internship which is why I decided to stay longer in the Milton group.