After a french PhD in Digital Mechanics of the Materials, Aurélie moved to the US, and graduated from Boston’s MIT college.
While studying, she also launched her own company “In Silico Veritas”, whose objective was to shed light on all women working in this specialized field, and introduce make her line of work – and passion – known to as many women as possible.
Aurélie is a coding lawyer, an ambassador, a “role model” for the younger generation, who struggle with projecting themselves into such a decidedly masculine world.
“I CROSS THE THRESHOLD OF THE WORLD WHERE WOMEN AND MEN HAVE THE SAME OPPORTUNITIES.”
What she does is combine technology and beliefs. Her everyday driving force is the idea she can change things, and make an impact on people, and society.
She is a free woman, a woman on the move, a woman provoking encounters that will help her create a better and fairer future for us all. All the doors she opens let the light shine right in.