Science Officer at COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology)
Estelle has a master degree in European Law from the University of Toulouse as well as a master degree in Public Law from the University Panthéon-Assas in France.
in Brussels for more than 20 years, she occupied various functions at European
currently working as Science Officer at COST, an
intergovernmental Association https://www.cost.eu/ which aims to support Science and Technology cooperation
between 38 European Member Countries and 1 Cooperating member; It integrates
governance, management and support functions aiming at enabling trans-European
In practice, she is in charge of 2 main tasks:
implementing the open calls for proposals twice a year https://www.cost.eu/funding/how-to-get-funding/how-to-apply/ and
managing a portfolio of more than 20 COST Actions https://www.cost.eu/cost-actions/what-are-cost-actions/.
this, Estelle has worked as Senior Science and Peer Review Officer for PRACE
AISBL where she performed various tasks such as the preparation, publication
and follow up of the calls for proposals. She also implemented the evaluation
worked as a Project and Policy Officer at the European Commission, where she
was in charge of notably, the selection of experts, the evaluation and
selection of proposals. She as well contributed to the elaboration of new
research programmes on space and security.