Sorbonne Université, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Institute of Physical Chemistry,
Laboratoire de Physique Théorique de la Matière Condensée (LPTMC), Polish Academy of Sciences (IPC,PAS),
4, place Jussieu, case courrier 121, Kasprzaka ul. 44/52,
75252 Paris CEDEX 05, France 01-224 Warsaw, Poland
Couloir 13-23 (5e Etage), Bureau 507
Reaction-Diffusion Systems, Morphogenesis, Statistical Physics, Stochastic Dynamics, Non-linear Physics
I am currently working on confined chemical systems related to problems of biological relevance. My PhD is supervised by Annie Lemarchand and Bogdan Nowakowski (IPC-PAS, Warsaw) in the framework of a MSCA European grant.
The work includes the study of confinement on:
Turing structures using analytical methods and particle simulations (Direct Simulation Monte Carlo). The results are applied to the adaptation of the structure wavelength to the strength of confinement, in relation to prevertebrae scaling in small embryos.
Fisher-KPP fronts in the presence of cross-diffusion induced by a departure from ideality. The role of fluctuations is addressed using a reaction-diffusion master equation.
During my master thesis, I also worked on a numerical model of gypsum crystallization developed by Annie Lemarchand, in collaboration with Saint-Gobain [G. Morgado et al., J. Phys. Chem C, 121, 5657 (2017)].
My resume can be found here.
 G. Morgado, B. Nowakowski and A. Lemarchand, Scaling of submicrometric Turing patterns in concentrated growing systems, Phys. Rev. E 98, 032213 (2018).
 G. Morgado, M. Collet, R. Lespiat, H. Rétot, and A. Lemarchand, Submicrometric picture of plaster hydration: Optimization of the addition of gypsum needles, J. Phys. Chem. C 121, 5657 (2017).