I am an assistant professor at the Centre d’études européennes and LIEPP at Sciences Po, Paris. My research concentrates on political competition in Europe with the aim of uncovering the political conflict lines in different countries. I explore the issues that political parties contest across the continent, the strategies that different parties follow, as well as the preferences and voting patterns of voters.
I am one of the principal investigators of the Chapel Hill Expert Survey on party positioning.
I teach courses in comparative politics and quantitative methodology, and act as the academic advisor to the Sciences Po Summer School.