LABORATOIRE DE PHYSIQUE THEORIQUE DE LA MATIERE CONDENSEE



   


PhD Student

Laboratoire de Physique Théorique de la Matière Condensée, CNRS UMR 7600
Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Sorbonne Universités
4 Place Jussieu
75252 Paris Cedex 05 - France

Tour 13/23 - 5ème étage, bureau 527

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Key Words: Statistical Physics, Spin Systems, Physics of Liquids, Collective Motion

Research:

I am interested in systems that exhibit collective motion without being active, as suggested by Bore et al. , which means that I'm at the meeting point of active matter phenomenology, spin magnetism and physics of liquids. My advisors on this topic are Marco Tarzia, Leticia Cugliandolo and Olivier Dauchot. I previously worked (shortly) on an on-chip cold-atom gravimetry experiment at Thales TRT, and on the interplay between scattering and absorption in disordered media at Institut Langevin.

Teaching:

I am a teaching assistant at UPMC for Newtonian mechanics 101 (Physique du Mouvement, 1P004), and a co-organizer of an introductory course to physics at ENS Paris, aimed at humanities students (Physique pour Tous, website (in French)).

Outreach:

I am also a co-founder and the vice-president of The Lutetium Project, an outreach YouTube channel focussed on visually striking experimental research. The Lutetium Project is also on Twitter. French versions: YouTube channel and Twitter. A video by the project has been awarded the Milton Van Dyke award of the Gallery of Fluid Motion by the APS during the 70th annual meeting of the APSDFD in Denver, CO in 2017.



   


PhD Student

Laboratoire de Physique Théorique de la Matière Condensée, CNRS UMR 7600
Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Sorbonne Universités
4 Place Jussieu
75252 Paris Cedex 05 - France

Tour 13/23 - 5ème étage, bureau 527

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 

Key Words: Statistical Physics, Spin Systems, Physics of Liquids, Collective Motion

Research:

I am interested in systems that exhibit collective motion without being active, as suggested by Bore et al. , which means that I'm at the meeting point of active matter phenomenology, spin magnetism and physics of liquids. My advisors on this topic are Marco Tarzia, Leticia Cugliandolo and Olivier Dauchot. I previously worked (shortly) on an on-chip cold-atom gravimetry experiment at Thales TRT, and on the interplay between scattering and absorption in disordered media at Institut Langevin.

Teaching:

I am a teaching assistant at UPMC for Newtonian mechanics 101 (Physique du Mouvement, 1P004), and a co-organizer of an introductory course to physics at ENS Paris, aimed at humanities students (Physique pour Tous, website (in French)).

Outreach:

I am also a co-founder and the vice-president of The Lutetium Project, an outreach YouTube channel focussed on visually striking experimental research. The Lutetium Project is also on Twitter. French versions: YouTube channel and Twitter. A video by the project has been awarded the Milton Van Dyke award of the Gallery of Fluid Motion by the APS during the 70th annual meeting of the APSDFD in Denver, CO in 2017.

Resume

Key information: ESPCI Physics class Valedictorian, Graduated from ICFP-ENS Masters program in Quantum Physics magna cum laude.

My full resume is here.

My Google Scholar profile is there.

Publications

M. Dupont-Nivet, M. Casiulis, T. Laudat, C. I. Westbrook, and S. Schwartz, Microwave-stimulated Raman adiabatic passage in a Bose-Einstein condensate on an atom chip, Phys. Rev. A 91, 053420 (2015)