Group: Dynamique et Interactions en phase COndensée (Dynamics and Interactions in Condensed Phase)
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2022 – 2027 ERC Starting Grant SPINFIELD
Project SPINFIELD: "Controlling spin angular momentum with the field of light"
How do light fields couple with electronic spins in materials? Are there direct and coherent "light-spin" interactions? We aim to answer these questions through the use of attosecond spectroscopy. See announcement by the ERC and short summary on the LIDYL website.
2020 – 2022 Junior Chair of the Labex PALM (Laboratoire d'excellence Physique Atome Lumière Matière: website here)
Project MARMOTT: "Measuring Attosecond-resolved dynamics in MOTT insulators".
Some materials present unusually strong electronic correlations, which play a major role in their properties. Because electron-electron interactions typically manifest in only a few femtoseconds, we want to study these materials with attosecond spectroscopy and understand how electronic correlations manifests in their time-domain response.
2020 – Present Researcher at CEA Saclay. Université Paris-Saclay, CEA, CNRS, LIDYL. France
2017 – 2020 Postdoctoral fellow. University of California, Berkeley, United States
Groups of S. R. Leone and D. M. Neumark. Attosecond transient absorption spectroscopy in condensed matter.
Development of attosecond transient absorption and reflectivity, time-resolved grazing diffraction and attosecond X-ray magnetic circular dichroism experiments. Compression and manipulation of sub-4 fs laser pulses. Study of semiconductors (Si, Ge), ionic solids (MgO), transition metal dichalcogenides (MoS2, WS2), ferromagnetic multilayers (Co/Pt).
2016 PhD Thesis: « The angular momentum of light in high harmonic generation »
Université Paris-Saclay, CEA, CNRS, LIDYL. France
Attophysics group, CEA Saclay, France. Supervisors: Dr. Thierry Ruchon and Dr. Bertrand Carré
2013 Master in fundamental physics: Light-matter interactions
École Polytechnique / Université Paris-Sud, Palaiseau, France
2013 Engineering degree: Numerical simulation and modelling of physical systems
École Nationale Supérieure de Techniques Avancées (ENSTA), Paris, France