- 60th Meeting, 2017: “Studying Manchu in eighteenth-century Europe: the Manchu-language materials assembled by Bayer (as conserved in the archives of the Hunterian Library, Glasgow University).“
- 62nd Meeting, 2019: “Qing imperial patronage of the cult of Bixia yuanjun 碧霞元君. A study of the bilingual Manchu-Chinese epigraphy“
- 63rd Meeting, 2021: Mongolian Fragments in Joseph Nicolas Delisle (1688-1768) Papers in the French national Archives
- 64th Meeting, 2022: Practices of Reading Official Calendars under the Qing and Some Evidence on the Religion of the Eight Banner’s Russian Company (Oros niru/Eluosi zuoling 鄂羅斯佐領) in the Late 18th Century
PhD Student and ATER (attaché temporaire d’enseignement et de recherche), École pratique des Hautes Études-PSL, Paris, France
Research associate, Oriental Service, Department of Manuscripts, Bibliothèque nationale de France
PhD thesis: “The Administration of the Imperial Hunting Grounds of the Qing Dynasty (1636-1911).” Supervisor: Prof. Pierre Marsone.
Preparation of an edition of the Christian texts in Manchu held by the Bibliothèque nationale.