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Geneviève FLEURY

Service de Physique de l'Etat Condensé
Groupe Modélisation et Théorie
Building 771, Room 214
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Present position

CEA researcher

 

Curriculum Vitae

Since 2011   CEA Researcher
2010 Post-doc in the group of Prof. Markus Büttiker, Department of Theoretical Physics, University of Geneva, Switzerland
2006-2009 PhD in Theoretical Physics, CEA-Saclay SPEC, Supervisor : Xavier Waintal
2006 5-year university degree in quantum physics (Master 2), Ecole Normale Supérieure and Paris VI university
2005 4-year university degree in physics (Master 1), Paris VII university
2004 3-year university degree in physics (Licence), Paris VII university
2002-2003 Classes préparatoires, Lycée Fénelon, Paris

 

Research interests

  • Thermoelectric effects in mesoscopic systems
  • Disorder and interaction effects in the two-dimensional electron gas
  • Electronic interactions and numerical methods to tackle them (Hartree-Fock approximation, Quantum Monte Carlo)
  • Majorana fermions, Topological insulators

 

Publications

On HAL-CEA and/or arXiv open-access archives

 

  1. How do edge states position themselves in a quantum Hall graphene pn junction?
    I. M. Flór, A. Lacerda-Santos, G. Fleury, P. Roulleau, X. Waintal
    arXiv:2201.12025
  2. Extrinsic thermoelectric response of coherent conductors
    R. Sánchez, C. Gorini, and G. Fleury
    Phys. Rev. B 104, 115430 (2021) - arXiv:2107.06723
  3. Scanning probe-induced thermoelectrics in a quantum point contact
    G. Fleury, C. Gorini, and R. Sánchez
    Appl. Phys. Lett. 119, 043101 (2021) - arXiv:2106.03908
  4. Quantum Hall Valley Splitters and a Tunable Mach-Zehnder Interferometer in Graphene
    M. Jo, P. Brasseur, A. Assouline, G. Fleury, H.-S. Sim, K. Watanabe, T. Taniguchi, W. Dumnernpanich, P. Roche, D. C. Glattli, N. Kumada, F. D. Parmentier, and P. Roulleau
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 126, 146803 (2021) - Editor's suggestion - Featured in Physics - arXiv:2011.04958
  5. Simulating time-dependent thermoelectric transport in quantum systems
    A. Kara Slimane, P. Reck, and G. Fleury
    Phys. Rev. B 101, 235413 (2020) - arXiv:1912.09386
  6. Graphene n-p junctions in the Quantum Hall regime: numerical study of incoherent scattering effects
    Q. Ma, F. D. Parmentier, P. Roulleau, and G. Fleury
    Phys. Rev. B 97, 205445 (2018) - arXiv:1801.02235
  7. Thermoelectric effects in nanowire-based MOSFETs
    R. Bosisio, G. Fleury, C. Gorini, and J.-L. Pichard
    Advances in Physics: X 2, 344 (2017) - arXiv:1612.07581
  8. Nanowire-based thermoelectric ratchet in the hopping regime
    R. Bosisio, G. Fleury, J.-L. Pichard, and C. Gorini
    Phys. Rev. B 93, 165404 (2016) - arXiv:1510.06551
  9. Absorbing/emitting phonons with one dimensional MOSFETs
    R. Bosisio, C. Gorini, G. Fleury and J.-L. Pichard
    Physica E 74, 340 (2015) - arXiv:1507.07315
  10. Valley polarization assisted spin polarization in two dimensions
    V. T. Renard, B. A. Piot, X. Waintal, G. Fleury, D. Cooper, Y. Niida, D. Tregurtha, A. Fujiwara, Y. Hirayama, K. Takashina
    Nature Commun. 6, 7230 (2015) - arXiv:1506.01813
  11. Scanning gate microscopy of quantum contacts under parallel magnetic field: Beating patterns between spin-split transmission peaks or channel openings
    A. Kleshchonok, G. Fleury, J.-L. Pichard, and G. Lemarié
    Phys. Rev. B 91, 125416 (2015) - arXiv:1407.7018
  12. Using activated transport in parallel nanowires for energy harvesting and hot spot cooling
    R. Bosisio, C. Gorini, G. Fleury and J.-L. Pichard
    Phys. Rev. Applied 3, 054002 (2015) - arXiv:1407.7020
  13. Gate-modulated thermopower of disordered nanowires: II. Variable-Range Hopping Regime
    R. Bosisio, C. Gorini, G. Fleury and J.-L. Pichard
    New J. of Phys. 16, 095005 (2014) - arXiv:1403.7475
  14. Gate-modulated thermopower in disordered nanowires: I. Low temperature coherent regime
    R. Bosisio, G. Fleury and J.-L. Pichard
    New J. Phys. 16, 035004 (2014) - arXiv:1310.4923
  15. Delay-time and thermopower distributions at the spectrum edges of a chaotic scatterer
    A. Abbout, G. Fleury, J.-L. Pichard and K. Muttalib
    Phys. Rev. B 87, 115147 (2013) - arXiv:1210.8170
  16. Scattering theory of chiral Majorana fermion interferometry
    J. Li, G. Fleury and M. Büttiker
    Phys. Rev. B 85, 125440 (2012) - arXiv:1202.1018
  17. Existe-t-il des métaux à deux dimensions ?
    G. Fleury and X. Waintal
    Reflets de la physique 20, 6 (2010) - published by the French Physical Society
  18. Energy scale behind the metallic behaviors in low-density Si MOSFETs
    G. Fleury and X. Waintal
    Phys. Rev. B 81, 165117 (2010) - arXiv:0902.3171
  19. Effet de l’interaction coulombienne sur la localisation d’Anderson dans le gaz bidimensionnel d’électrons
    G. Fleury
    Annales de Physique 34, 1 (2009) - PhD thesis (in french) also available on TEL
  20. Many-Body Localization Study in Low-Density Electron Gases: Do Metals Exist in Two Dimensions?
    G. Fleury and X. Waintal
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 226803 (2008) - arXiv:0807.3433
  21. Persistent Currents in One Dimension: The Counterpart of Leggett’s Theorem
    X. Waintal, G. Fleury, K. Kazymyrenko, M. Houzet, P. Schmitteckert and D. Weinmann
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 106804 (2008) - arXiv:0804.1689
  22. Numerical Finite Size Scaling Approach to Many-Body Localization
    G. Fleury and X. Waintal
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 100, 076602 (2008) - arXiv:0709.2244

 

 

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