Anne-Amélie is a Class of 2025 student majoring in Chemical Engineering and pursuing the Energy Studies certificate. As a European student from France and the United Kingdom, her academic interests lie at the intersection between science and policy.
Her studies in chemical engineering enable her to develop a technical perspective on global policy challenges such as clean energy technologies, critical minerals supply chains, and artificial intelligence. She enjoys working with engineering at different scales, from her lab research of green hydrogen fuels to working on the team developing Yale’s first solar-powered charging station.
With this applied scientific training and European background, Anne-Amélie hopes to approach Europe’s critical challenges of energy, technology and materials autonomy with a unique angle. As an Executive Board member of European Horizons (EuH), the world’s only student transatlantic policy incubator, and Vice President of the Yale EuH Chapter, she is leading the organization’s annual conference project. The conference welcomes over 100 participants from Europe and the US to research, debate and write publishable policy memos, under the guidance of thought-leaders in the public and private sectors. With such an experience, she is able to concretely bridge her academic interests. Anne-Amélie is keen to engage herself more profoundly at this crossroad in the future, through upcoming research in European digitization policy for building sector decarbonization.