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  • Novembre 2019 – Aujourd’hui : Doctorat en biogéochimie (Ecole Doctorale "Sciences et Environnements" ED 304, Université de Bordeaux).

Thèse financée par l’ADEME et Bordeaux Sciences Agro.

  • 2019 : Diplôme d’ingénieur AgroParisTech – Option de 3ème année “Production Végétale Durable” (Montpellier Supagro). Cycle de 3 ans effectué par apprentissage à Terres Inovia sur l’analyse et la valorisation d’expérimentations de systèmes de culture agro-écologiques.


Mon travail de recherche vise à comparer deux voies d’atténuation des émissions de gaz à effet de serre en agriculture : (i) la séquestration du carbone dans les sols par enfouissement direct de la biomasse (retrait de CO2 atmosphérique et effet de substitution aux engrais de synthèse) et (ii) la production d’énergie renouvelable par méthanisation (effet de substitution aux énergies fossiles) accompagnée du retour au sol du digestat (effet de substitution aux engrais de synthèse et stockage de carbone dans les sols). Cette comparaison se fera à l’aide d’un modèle mécaniste qui permettra d’évaluer différents scénarios de mobilisation des matières organiques à l’échelle de la France métropolitaine avec une résolution spatiale fine permettant de prendre en compte la diversité des contextes pédoclimatiques et agricoles.


  • Cours magistral “Valorisation des déchets organiques en France” (Bordeaux Sciences Agro, 3ème année du cycle ingénieur)
  • Travail Dirigé “Bilan GES simplifié de différentes voies de valorisation de la biomasse – Cas d’une exploitation agricole” (Bordeaux Sciences Agro, 3ème année du cycle ingénieur)
  • Travail Dirigé “Bilan Azoté” (Bordeaux Sciences Agro, 1ère année du cycle ingénieur)