Alice graduated as an aerospace engineer specialised in applied mathematics from ISAE Supaero in Toulouse. During her gap year she took the opportunity to spend one semester in the space engineering master of Kitakyushu Institute of Technology in Japan and another half year working for a space software start-up in Sydney, Australia.

She worked as an R&D engineer in the Guidance Navigation and Control department in the UK, looking into technologies such as H-infinity control, nonlinear guidance techniques, LIDAR signal processing and Simultaneous Localisation and mapping.

After moving away from the space sector to look into acoustic signal processing for submarine application, Alice is currently working for a Space Agency where she is looking at commercial applications for Earth Observation leveraging new digital technologies. When she’s not working she enjoys rock climbing and diving. She also has her Private Pilot Licence as well as Motor Boat licence.