Her research interests include:
- Planning and governance studies with political dimension and social justice
- Critical geography: analytical and critical thinking in geography as critical cartography, GIS and data studies
- Sciences & Technology Studies such as Actor-Network theory / assemblage theory
- Social science research methods, especially textual analysis, quantitative and qualitative statistics or interview-based surveys
Her Ph.D. thesis is entitled “The submerged part of geographic information: A critical analysis through the case of marine planning” for which she received a three-year full fee and maintenance fellowship from Nantes University and Pays de la Loire region. This work was about power relations related to the geotechnologies and geoinformation in ocean planning and governance.