Nathalie is a doctoral researcher at the University of Warwick. Her research focuses on self-organization in "utopian" techno-anarchies through the lenses of complexity science. Her doctoral case study is the Floating Island Project in French Polynesia. This case allows her to explore current debates on complex governance in new types of human settlements, deepening into questions around freedom and autonomy in increasingly interconnected and scenarios. The goal of her research is study to how complexity-based, open, interactive, automatised and heterarchical systems of decision-making can provide harmony-seeking interactions in human settlements, between humans and other species and without any central control. She is funded by Fundación CEIBA.