| SVI, CNRS/Saint-Gobain
39 quai Lucien Lefranc
93300 Aubervilliers, France
I am currently a CNRS Research Scientist at SVI, a joint laboratory between the CNRS and Saint-Gobain, near Paris (France) where I am working within the heterogeneous reactive materials team. I am also carrying some research projects at FAST laboratory (Orsay, France) and at NYU Tandon School of Engineering (USA).
My research aims at understanding the couplings between the fluid dynamics, interfacial effects and particle transport mechanisms involved in environmental, industrial and geophysical processes. This understanding is critical to model the contamination of surfaces and flows by pollutants or the transport of sediments in geophysical situations. It can also be leveraged to develop new coating processes and materials. Particle/fluid interactions emerge from complex couplings. Understanding such systems thus requires multi-scale methods. My research also involves a multidisciplinary approach through experiments, analytical modeling and numerical simulations to describe particle/fluid interactions, design and optimize new systems to control these interactions.
Since Oct. 2014 CNRS Research Scientist, SVI Lab., Aubervilliers (France)
Since Oct. 2014 Visiting Academics, NYU Tandon School of Engineering (USA)
2013   PhD IRPHE/Aix-Marseille University
2009 M.Sc. ENS Lyon, Department of Physics
2007 B.Sc. ENS Lyon, Department of Physics
Feb. 2013 - Sept. 2014
Post-doctoral Researcher, Princeton University (USA)