After a master degree in Orsay (France), I obtained a PhD in theoretical physics at université Paris-Diderot (thesis advisor Cristiano Ciuti) in 2012, where I developed a strong interest in cavity quantum electrodynamics applied to condensed-matter systems. I then moved to the university of Toronto to develop a project about photonic band gap materials in the ultra-strong coupling regime in collaboration with Sajeev John. As of 2015, I have been working in the Quantum Matter Theory Group at the University of Strasbourg as a post-doc, and since 2020 as a permanent CNRS researcher (chargé de recherche). I am still particularly interested in the interface between condensed-matter and cavity-QED, and typically investigate how basic properties such as electronic quantum phases and transport can be modified in the presence of strong light-matter interactions occurring in a cavity-type structure.
Keywords: Cavity-QED, Plasmonics, Superconductivity, Transport, Numerical methods (Non-Equilibrium Green's Functions).