Eva chas completed a Bachelor and a Masters of Geology at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, France, with a specialisation in Palaeontology, Sedimentology and Palaeoenvironments. The Matsers thesis focused on eukaryotic biomarkers from the Officer Basin, Australia, and was conducted at the Australian National University, in collaboration with A/Prof Jochen Brocks. She then was received as an "agrégée" teacher in Biology and Geology for a year, teaching grade 10 in a French high school. After this she started a PhD at the University of Western Australia, a project focused on the diversity of a fossil assemblage from the Torridon Group, Scotland, aged 1 000 Ma.
Sep 2013 → Jun 2015
Biology, Geology, Teacher (agrégée)
Sep 2016 → Jun 2017
- Organic geochemistry
- Precambrian geology