Welcome to my website! I am a postdoctoral researcher in theoretical physics in the School of Mathematics and Physics (SMP) at the University of Queensland (UQ) since 2014. I graduated in 2011 from the Université Pierre et Marie Curie – Paris 6, and received my PhD degree in theoretical physics in 2014 from the Université Paris Sud 11.
In 2011, I got funding from the CFM, Fondation pour la Recherche to conduct research in mathematical physics during my doctoral study. I completed my PhD at the Laboratoire de Physique Théoriques et Modèles Statistiques (LPTMS) under the supervision of Eugene Bogomolny. My thesis work mainly focused on the study of some aspects of quantum chaos in quantum spins chains. In particular, I have investigated spectral properties of quantum spins model. Here are my PhD manuscript and my PhD-defense slides.
After completing my PhD, I moved to Australia where I started to work on transport properties in ultracold atomic gases. More specifically, I have been investigating non-equilibrium dynamics of strongly interacting Bose gas known as Tonks-Girardeau gas and I have derived exact new finite temperature results. I have build international collaboration with Dimitri Gangardt (theory) at the University of Birmingham (UK) and Isabelle Bouchoule (experimental) at the Institut d’Optique (FR).
Research themes: Many body quantum dynamics, non-equilibrium systems, quantum quench, cold atoms, random matrices, quantum spins chains, many body localisation.
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