Audrey Llevot is an assistant professor at Bordeaux INP (Institut Polytechnique de Bordeaux), France. She teaches polymer science at the Graduate School of Chemistry, Biology and Physics of Bordeaux (ENSCBP) and carries out her research in the “Polymerization Catalyses and Engineering” team of the Laboratory of Organic Polymer Chemistry (LCPO). She obtained her PhD degree of the University of Bordeaux in polymer chemistry, in 2014, working on the synthesis of novel bio-based polymers from resinic acid and lignin derivative dimers under the supervision of Profs. H. Cramail, S. Grelier, and S. Carlotti. In 2015, she joined the group of Prof. M.A.R. Meier at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Germany) as a post-doctoral researcher, for two years, with a focus both on green chemistry and macromolecular engineering. Since she has joined the LCPO as assistant professor in 2017, her research interests cover sustainable polymer synthesis, catalysis and recyclability of polymer networks, including the synthesis adaptable covalent networks (CAN). She is part of the NIPU-EJD that is an H2020 project dedicated to the “Synthesis, Characterization, Structure and Properties of Novel Non-Isocyanate Polyurethanes”.