After obtaining my B.A. degree in art history and archaeology at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), with one of the primary aspects being the study of antiquity, I decided that I wanted to continue my studies in the field of Egyptology. Since 2021, I have been pursuing my M.A. degree in Egyptology and Classical Archaeology at the University of Basel. My main interests lie in the study of the ancient Egyptian language and the interplay between Egypt and its neighbouring cultures as well as the history of the Egyptological discipline.
In October 2022, I temporarily joined the “Crossing Boundaries” project in order to assist the team with image editing of the papyrus fragments for the Turin Papyrus Online Platform (TPOP). My key tasks consist of editing digital fragments of the papyri by virtually cutting them out and placing them on a separate colour-scale background, ensuring that they can be used in TPOP and for virtual reconstruction in the “Virtual Light Table” (VLT) software.