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I am currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at Lawrence Berkeley National laboratory, working in the Condensed Matter Theory Center at the University of California, Berkeley in Joel Moore’s group. Prior to this, I worked at IPhT (CEA, Saclay) and LPTENS (ENS, Paris) where I obtained my PhD under the supervision of Hubert Saleur and Jesper Jacobsen.

I am a physicist focusing on condensed matter theory and nonequilibrium quantum physics, with some aspects of my work that are also related to quantum information theory and high-energy physics. I am especially interested in closed quantum systems far from equilibrium, with or without disorder, as they open the door to new and exciting conceptual questions about dynamics, thermalization, universality and dynamical phase transitions beyond traditional condensed matter paradigms. In addition to being theoretically appealing, these questions are strongly motivated by the rapid progress in ultra-cold atomic, molecular, and trapped ion systems that offer promising experimental platforms to investigate the dynamics of closed quantum systems.

Some of my current research goals include:

If you’d like to find out more about me, here’s a moderately up-to-date CV. You can also have a look at my research interests and publications. Click here to contact me.