Further to my studies at the EPFL Lausanne and at the ETH Zurich, I am now doing a Ph.D. in theoretical physics at the University of Geneva in one of the leading cosmology research teams in Europe. My thesis subject analyses the large-scale structure of the universe, in particular, a powerful theoretical tool to explore theories called consistency relations. Thanks to the support of the Foundation Bakala, I will be able to research at the Stanford University for one year as Visiting Student Researcher and work with one of the best specialists of the so-called “effective field theory of the large-scale structure”. This successful theory aims at explaining the distribution dark matter and galaxies in the universe. My research will focus on the application of consistency relations to this theory. Altogether, this collaboration will enable me to perfect my education in the field, make high quality research as well as building valuable professional contacts.