Christophe Didier studied French and Ancient literature at Strasbourg University where he passed the competitive examination obtaining the Agrégation (Classical studies). A former student of the French college for Library studies (ENSSIB), he has worked as a librarian at the National and University Library of Strasbourg (BNU) since 1993, where he has been Head of the Direction for collection development. From 2012 to 2017, he has been Vice-Director of the library, in charge of international relations, scientific and cultural policy, and academic affairs. He is now Delegate for Scientific Policy and International Relations, particularly in charge of building bridges and networks between researchers and librarians, around the scientific valorization of the BNU’s holdings, as well as developing international partnerships. He is a member of the Bibliotheca Baltica board since 2016. He has curated many exhibitions, among them international projects, and is the founder and the Chief redactor of the journal La Revue de la BNU.