Noémie started her PhD along with a MRes in Decision-Making under uncertainty at the Institute for Risk and Uncertainty, University of Liverpool (2016). She currently works on maritime shipping optimisation subject to uncertain environments and has a strong interest for nonlinear dynamics forecasting. Her prior French academic journey includes a MSc in Continuum Physics and Mechanics (University of Brest), a MSc in Agricultural sciences (VetAgro Sup) and a MSc in Physics and Modelling of Complex Systems (University of Rennes). Noémie investigated the issue of mesoscale oceanic turbulence on the occasion of two placements at the Ocean Physics Laboratory - Ifremer (France) and taught economics and business management for two years in a French farming high school. Her main interests are modelling and applied mathematics with a nature or industrial flavour.