I am a Postdoctoral Researcher in the department of Hydrogeology at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. I got my civil engineering degree in Morocco in 2014 and then started my journey as a researcher. My research has always been focused on the modeling of coupled thermo-hydro-mechanical and chemical (THMC) processes in geological media, through a global approach based on a macroscopic description of the encountered phenomena. I applied it first to the study of the risk of fault reactivation due to CO2 sequestration, during my internship at Navier Laboratory in France. In my PhD at MINES ParisTech, the industrial application was the use of artificial ground freezing for the exploitation of complex ore deposits. Currently, I work on the computational modeling of coupled THMC processes relevant to radioactive waste disposal in geologic formations.