I am currently assistant professor (maître de conférences) in the analysis team of IRMA at Université de Strasbourg. Before, I was a postdoc at CY Cergy Paris Université, ETH Zürich and Roma La Sapienza. I defended my Ph.D thesis, supervised by Krzystof Gawedzki, at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon in December 2015.
My work focuses on the definition and study of topological indices from condensed matter systems such as topological insulators and some generalization of it. What I particularly like in this field is the strong connection between mathematics and physics: going from mathematical theorems to physical observables, and vice-versa. More precisely, I have been studying the following topics:
- Topology in the shallow-water model
- Disordered systems and Anderson localization
- Topology of periodically driven (Floquet) systems and quantum walks
- Time-reversal invariant topological insulators
- Non-equilibirum stationary states in junctions of quantum wires
- Conformal field theory