Stéphanie is Chief R&D Officer at the EDF R&D Center in the US, responsible for developing energy services offering to US cities and industrial sites for the EDF Group.
Stéphanie started her career as a Project Manager responsible for the development of a multi-scale software tool to study irradiation-induced embrittlement in nuclear reactor materials.
She transitioned to the field of energy efficiency as a Group Manager on green accounting and sustainable development of cities and territories for EDF’s European Institute for Energy Research in Karlsruhe, Germany. There she managed the development of tools to support offers from EDF Group business units to cities in France, the U.K., and China; and set up government-funded projects with emerging countries such as India and China.
More recently, Stéphanie worked on industrial energy efficiency and developed methods and software tools to support Energy Efficiency services proposed by EDF Group to industrial customers in France and abroad.
Stéphanie holds a PhD in Materials Science from University of Lille, she is a published author in the nuclear materials and energy efficiency fields, and co-authored a book on the history of Sustainable Development.