PhD - Archaeological Science, University Michel de Montaigne, Bordeaux, France.
Thesis: “Chronological framework of Middle Pleistocene human occupations and paleoenvironment of Southwestern France. Contribution of optically stimulated luminescence dating methods.”
Supervisor: Dr. Norbert Mercier
|2006 – 2008:||
Master - Archaeometry, University Michel de Montaigne, Bordeaux, France.
|2003 – 2006:||
Bachelor - History of Art and Archaeology, University Michel de Montaigne, Bordeaux, France.
Professional employment and funding
|Since January 2014:||
Postdoctoral Fellow, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Department of Human Evolution, Leipzig, Germany
Research engineer in Chronology within the Cluster of excellence LaScArBx, IRAMAT-CRP2A (UMR5060) CNRS - University of Bordeaux
Research Fellowship (PhD) awarded from the Aquitaine region (France), IRAMAT-CRP2A (UMR5060) CNRS - University of Bordeaux
Teaching and supervision
- Archaeometry for BA students in History of Art and Archaeology, University of Bordeaux
- Luminescence dating methods for BA students in Physics, University of Bordeaux
- Chronology and dating methods for MSc students in biological Anthropology and Prehistory, University of Bordeaux
- Research in Chronology for MSc students in Archaeometry, University of Bordeaux
- Supervision training for MSc students
- Co-supervision Master thesis (2013 - Henri Garon – “Intercomparison of ESR and luminescence dating methods on sedimentary quartz”)
- Optically Stimulated Luminescence (quartz, feldspar)
- Electron Spin Resonance
- gamma spectrometry