Chloé focuses on building Aquaya’s research programs related to water quality modeling and data science. She has expertise in surface and groundwater resources management, as well as water quality under different environmental contexts, including arid, semi-arid, and tropical regions. Based in Kenya, Chloé has been leading projects to develop groundwater microbial quality predictive models in Uganda and an AI-based model to predict poor households’ eligibility to receive water subsidies in rural Ghana.
For her doctoral research, Chloé worked on modeling surface and groundwater fluxes in the Chad Basin using different geochemical tools. She also assessed historical and current groundwater recharge and the impact of climate change on water resources.
Chloé has a PhD in environmental sciences from Aix-Marseille University, a master’s degree in hydrogeology, and a bachelor’s degree in geosciences from the University of Montpellier, France. She is a native French speaker.