Pauline Bernard graduated in Applied Mathematics from MINES ParisTech in 2014. She joined the Systems and Control Center of MINES ParisTech and obtained her Ph.D. in Mathematics and Control from PSL University in 2017. For her work on Observer design for nonlinear systems, she obtained the European PhD award on Control for Complex and Heterogenous Systems 2018. As a post-doctoral scholar, she then visited the Hybrid Systems Lab at the University California Santa Cruz, USA, and the Center for Research on Complex Automated Systems at the University of Bologna, Italy. In 2019, she became an assistant professor at the Systems and Control Center of MINES ParisTech, PSL University, France. Her research interests cover the observation and output regulation of nonlinear and hybrid systems.