I’m Nico, a French-American engineer currently living in Boston and passionate about computational social sciences, political engagement, and digital government. I am committed to the use of analytics and digital platforms to improve public governance and collective decision-making.

I am currently a graduate student in Technology & Policy at the MIT Institute for Data, Systems, and Society.

Previously, I have worked in digital affairs at the French Ministry of the Environment as an aide to Secretary of State Brune Poirson, and in political campaign analytics for Emmanuel Macron during the French 2017 presidential elections. I also have academic research experience on the use of data science for policy evaluation, political economy, and entrepreneurial finance (NYU Center for Urban Science and Columbia Business School).

My academic background is in Engineering (M.S. from L’Ecole des Mines de Paris—MINES ParisTech) and Pure Mathematics and Physics (“classe préparatoire” MPSI-MP at the Lycée Henri IV in Paris).

My full CV is available here.