I am a master’s student at both ENS Paris-Saclay and Stanford University. I majored in electrical, computational, and mathematical engineering with the ambition to advance Sleep Sciences. In France, I was one of the sleep pioneers working with the start-up Dreem on a new deep learning strategy to conduct EEG spectral analysis. Now at Stanford, I assist Dr. Mignot with data-oriented research such as studying sleep depth and circadian rhythm with machine learning and proteomics. The best moment of my day is after lunch with a coffee, a nice sunbath, and enjoyable sleep talks with colleagues.