Clément obtained a Master’s degree in Civil Engineering and Applied Mathematics, in 2017 and a Ph.D. in Engineering Sciences and Technologies in 2021 from the Université catholique de Louvain.

His research focused on bounding the effectiveness of statistical attacks in the domain of privacy and security. Based on Information Theoretical Metrics, he highlighted new properties that find interest in model evaluation such as maximum learning capacity. He empirically verified these properties in the context of the GDPR and more precisely in open data publishing for long-term privacy evaluation. His curiosity also lied in other fields, such as Brain Computer Interface to recover users' PIN code based on electroencephalography traces. In 2021, he joined a Belgian company, specialised in people and products identification, as a Functional Analyst focusing on generalising IT solutions.

Clément joined B12 Consulting in March 2022 as an Associate. During his free time, he enjoys bouldering, playing board games and video games, solving puzzles. Also, he is always in for sport challenges.