2018: CNRS Research Director
2017: Habilitation of the Université Grenoble-Alpes
2006: Permanent researcher at Néel Institute
2003: PhD from LPT-ENS and Université Pierre et Marie Curie
1996: Admission at ENS-Ulm, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris
My personal research concerns the theory of electronic transport in nanostructures
in which quantum effects involving non-linearities, local magnetism, superconductivity,
or wavelike behavior play a prominent role. I also hold a keen interest for strongly
correlated systems in condensed matter, and have been recently involved into
many-body quantum optics in the context of circuit-QED.
Check out the general activities of the joint
Neel Theory Group, which
all the theory teams in our lab, as well as our
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latest news and
daily life at NEEL.
Weekly Theoretical-Condensed-Matter-Physics Seminar in Grenoble
The seminar usually takes place on Friday at 11AM in the main amphitheatre
of the "Maison des Magistères". Once a month we organize a CPTG Colloquium
aiming at a broader audience. Do not hesitate to contact me if you want to
present your work or to propose some external speakers.