My thesis will be evaluated by a French researcher who has the academic degree of HDR, meaning he is habilitated and is therefore allowed to evaluate theses. But now I want to write his name with the correct academic title, and I have trouble finding anything about how this is usually done in France.
In Germany, a professor gets the title "Prof.", but since he also has a doctorate, the proper way to write the title is "Prof. Dr.", so a professor called Angela Scholz will be Prof. Dr. Angela Scholz.
I have never seen a similar way of writing the title of someone with an HDR. It seems to me that it is not common to refer to someone by their academic title in France. All information I could find was on the different academic degrees/ranks, but not about how they translate into academic titles.
I need to write the names of my professors on the final title page of my thesis. It currently looks like this:
Prof. Dr. Angela Scholz
Prof. Dr. Helmut Schröder
Emmanuel Trudeau, HDR
I worry that this is the wrong way to do it, and I'd rather not have a large intercultural faux pas on my first page of the thesis. So how should I write this reviewer's name correctly?