I (he/him) hold a master’s degree in environmental chemistry from Université de Montréal which I completed in 2020. Under the supervision of Dr. Patrick Hayes, my research project focused on the characterization of optical and microphysical properties of atmospheric aerosols in the Canadian High Arctic. This unique experience allowed me to acquire valuable skills and knowledge in the areas of air quality monitoring, atmospheric chemistry, dataset analysis, and fieldwork instrumentation. I also had the extraordinary opportunity during my graduate studies to travel as far as north of Eureka, Nunavut, where I worked at the Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory (PEARL). In part driven by my interest in Arctic research, I now join Oliver Sonnentag’s team as a research coordinator. I am mainly in charge of administrative tasks and science logistics within our lab group.