PhD candidate in geography, Cloud specialist
Clotilde Bômont is a PhD candidate in geography at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. She is attached to the Prodig laboratory, and is an associate researcher at the Saint-Cyr Coëtquidan Schools Research Center (CREC). She is a recipient of the DGRIS (Ministry of the Armed Forces) and an associated doctoral student at IRSEM. His research focuses on the integration of cloud computing into military information and communication systems.
In addition to her doctoral research, Clotilde Bômont has been a consultant for the General Directorate of Digital and Information and Communication Systems (DGNUM) of the Ministry of the Armed Forces since December 2018, within the management team of the ministry’s cloud computing project. . Before that, she completed an internship at the Joint Directorate of Infrastructure Networks and Information Systems (DIRISI) of the Ministry of the Armed Forces. She is also a member of Agora 41, a think tank of the National Information Systems Security Agency (ANSSI).