I have been a Research Scientist at Inria in Rennes (France), within the KerData team since November 2020. I have been focusing there on I/O and storage challenges in a context of HPC/Cloud convergence. Before that, I stayed two years as a Computational Scientist at ETH Zürich within CSCS (Swiss National Supercomputing Center) located in Lugano, Switzerland, where worked on dynamic resource provisioning for HPC applications and large-scale workflows. Previously, I spent two years and a half as a postdoctoral appointee at Argonne National Laboratory, IL, USA where I addressed the problem data movement optimization for I/O and storage. I received a Ph.D in Computer Science in 2015 from University of Bordeaux, France, under the supervision of Emmanuel Jeannot and Guillaume Mercier. My Ph.D thesis focused on topology and affinity-aware application placement and load balancing.