About me

I am a physicist, specialist of fluid mechanics and soft matter, CNRS researcher at ESPCI's PMMH laboratory, in Paris, France. My research interests include complex fluids, freezing at capillary scales and plant physics.

I did my PhD on drop impacts on cold surfaces at ∂'Alembert Institute under the supervision of Thomas Séon and Christophe Josserand. Then I spent two years in Alban Sauret's group at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where I studied flows of complex fluids. Back in France, I have worked for a year at INRAE's PIAF laboratory in Clermont-Ferrand. There, I studied the spreading of embolisms in tree leaves, working with Hervé Cochard, Eric Badel and José Torres-Ruiz. I joined CNRS in 2023.

My curriculum.
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