I am an astrophysicist from CNRS working at the Institut de Planétologie et d’Astrophysique de Grenoble (IPAG) in France where I have a webpage describing succinctly my present and past scientific activities.
You can also follow me and discuss on my Loop profile. And encourage you to submit your papers to Frontiersin journals, especially the Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Science, Milky Way and Galaxies for which I an Associate Editor.
I began to work on cladistics for astrophysics in 2001, interested by galaxies, evolution, classification. I discovered cladistics by chance, while reading a short newspaper article on a french book devoted to the classification of living organisms.
Being curious, I love understanding other concepts, other disciplines. Interdisciplinarity suits me so well, maybe was that one of the reasons I engaged myself in astrophysics quite a long time ago. However, it was probably not enough for me. Astrocladistics gave me the marvelous opportunity to meet colleagues from so many different disciplines and from all around the world! And it is just the beginning of a fantastic human and scientific adventure.