I am a researcher in the field of Human Resource Management and Organizations. I graduated with a master's degree in Human Resource Management (UCLouvain). I also hold a master's degree in Labour Sciences (Work and Organizations orientation-UCLouvain) and a research-oriented European master's with a social policy orientation from Universität Bremen. I hold a bachelor's degree in Information and Communication.
I specialize in qualitative research, and I would define myself as a (young) boundary-less researcher.
I enjoy bringing multidisciplinary approaches to understand human working experiences and interactions better.
I build on management, philosophy, sociology, and communication with the aim to capture the meaning behind workers' actions and decisions in today's complex world of work.
You can read my PhD thesis at:
A piece on Surveillance and legitimacy where I build on the philosophy of perception and Foucault's work to elaborate on 'the eye of the future'.
I am currently a visiting scholar at the University of Melbourne.
I recently earned my Ph.D. in Economics and Management Sciences from UCLouvain in Belgium (January 2020).
I started my doctoral journey in October 2016 and have had the pleasure of being a teaching assistant at the same time. A rich experience, where I enjoyed learning from my students as much as I loved sharing with them.
I was a visiting researcher at the Université de Montréal in 2018, and I became a member of the Interdisciplinary Research Centre on Globalization and Work (CRIMT). I am also a proud member of the Lab4Hum, directed by Laurent Taskin, my thesis supervisor, a guide with whom I had endless conversations on management sciences and beyond.
Marie Curie Postdoc: AI and the Future of Work
I am a Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow (MSCA-IndiviualFellowship-EF-ST-Standard EF) at Rotterdam School of Management. I am currently visiting Monash University, the Emerging Technologies Research Lab, where I am invited by Prof Sarah Pink. I investigate the future of work with the aim to respond to this burning question: "How to guide organizations in responsibly transforming work when adopting AI?" This question calls, among others, for the understanding of identity-related processes that are at play when workers evolve in technologically-driven contexts.
I am the HBSF "Fellow in the Spotlight" for the month of April. You can watch my interview here.
I am an Expert at the Psychology of AI Lab of the Erasmus Centre for Data Analytics (ECDA).
Before joining RSM, I worked as a PhD student researcher and teaching assistant at UCLouvain . I started my doctoral journey in October 2016 (and my doctoral training in 2017).
I earned my Ph.D. in Management Sciences (UCLouvain) in 2020, and received the unanimous congratulations of the jury.
I was a visiting scholar, invited by Prof. Graham Sewell, at the University of Melbourne from June 2020 to October 2020. I am now an member of the Cluster for the Study of Organisation Society and Markets.
More recently, I visited Grenoble Ecole de Management and worked with Prof. Gazi Islam.
During my PhD, I was a visiting researcher at the Université de Montréal in 2018, and I became a member of the Interdisciplinary Research Centre on Globalization and Work (CRIMT). I am also a proud member of the Lab4Hum, directed by Prof. Taskin, my thesis supervisor, with whom I had endless conversations on what management means and beyond.
I am a researcher in the field of Human Resource Management and Organizations. I completed a multidisciplinary master's degree in Human Resource Management (UCLouvain). I also hold a master's degree in Labour Sciences (Work and Organizations -UCLouvain) and a European master's in Labour Studies -social policy programme- from Universität Bremen. I got my bachelor's degree in Communication and Information Sciences. After my master's degrees, I served one year as the Belgian national correspondent for the European Foundation for the Improvement of Working and Living Conditions in Europe (EUROFOUND). I then decided to embark on a PhD.
My research aims at understanding how workers’ lived experiences evolve in a changing, globalized, and complex world of work, including how the implementation of new technologies intersects with workers’ identity beyond professional roles.
I use qualitative approaches to investigate the interplay between workers’ aspirations and intra-organizational constraints; contextualizing human working experiences in a complex web of interactions.
I build mainly on management, continental philosophy, sociology, and communication, with the aim to capture the meaning behind workers' actions and decisions.
Overview of some service activities
Elected National Representative to the European Academy of Management (EURAM). From June 2018 to June 2021
COVID-19 Expert -Université catholique de Louvain- in the field of Economics for topics related to the International Management of workers and organizations in the context of the COVID-19 crisis.
Volunteer Communication/LifeCoach for the ALUMNIST association. Université catholique de Louvain.
The kind of lecturer I am...
(In Business strategy, HRM, Methods and others..).
I believe that learning must involve stimulation. To reach the state of learning, students’ interest must be piqued as they discover more than they expected.
My teaching is interactional, dynamic and sharing-oriented. Successful learning experiences are, I believe, those in which students blossom with open-mindedness, self-esteem and passion for what makes sense to them.