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Anne-Claire Génin

Anne-Claire Le Bihan


I used to fall asleep listening to my mother, an aeronautics engineer, telling me striking stories of the aeronautical and aerospatial adventure. I have been enthralled ever by Amelia Earhart, first American woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean, as well as the last years’ technological progresses.

At Ecole Polytechnique (France), I started my academic path to become an engineer and obtained a Master in Physics. I then chose to deepen my expertise in Aeronautics and Astronautics at Stanford University where I have specialized in Control, Navigation and Guidance. Multiple thrilling projects in this area encouraged me to continue in this path, in particular I built an autonomous aircraft to compete in a flight race and I designed a dusty plasma sensor in the Space Environment and Satellite Lab.

I am now working as Aerospace Engineer in a start-up company to help push the boundaries of what men can do in the sky.

Expérience professionnelle

Aerospace engineer


De Mai 2017 à Aujourd'hui

Formation complémentaire

Master of Science

Stanford University - Aeronautics and Astronautics

2015 à 2017

Parcours officiels

Polytechnique – Ingénieur – 2012