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  • From January to June 2018, I am staying at the Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems in Dresden, Germany, where I was appointed as a Gutzwiller fellow. Several of my collaborators (Juliane Klamser, Ze Lei, Sebastian Kapfer, Michael Faulkner, and Liang Qin), where also invited for one-month stays! This has been a great opportunity to continue work in a different environment.

Theses (since 2000)

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  • Michael F. Faulkner mail, EPSRC research fellow at the H. H. Wills Physics Laboratory, University of Bristol, UK, is staying with us continuously from 1 September 2017 until at least the end of the year 2017. Michael is invited guest in our group at the Laboratoire de physique statistique for the next three years, and will be in and out of Paris and Bristol on common projects with us and with Anthony C. Maggs, from ESPCI, Paris. We are very excited about Michael's coming and the possibilities to follow common research interests! Michael is located in office LE110.
  • Tommaso COMPARIN defended his thesis, entitled "From few-body atomic physics to many-body statistical physics: The unitary Bose gas and the three-body hard-core model" on 6 December 2016. The jury was composed of Hans-Werner HAMMER (TU Darmstadt, Germany), Tommaso ROSCILDE (ENS Lyon), Christophe SALOMON (ENS Paris), Patrizia VIGNOLO (Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis) and myself. Congratulations! + * Michael F. Faulkner mail, EPSRC research fellow at the H. H. Wills Physics Laboratory, University of Bristol, UK, is staying with us continuously from 1 September 2017 until at least the end of the year 2017. Michael is invited guest in our group at the Laboratoire de physique statistique for the next three years, and will be in and out of Paris and Bristol on a common project with Anthony C. Maggs, from ESPCI, Paris. We are very excited about Michael's coming and the possibilities to follow common research interests! Michael is located in office LE110.
  • Manon MICHEL defended her thesis, entitled "Irreversible Markov Chains by the Factorized Metropolis Filter: Algorithms and Applications in Particle Systems and Spin Models" on 17 October 2016. The jury was composed of: Marjolein DIJKSTRA (Universiteit Utrecht, Netherlands), Eric MOULINES (Ecole Polytechnique, France), Anthony MAGGS (ESPCI, France), Cristopher MOORE (Santa Fe Institute), Francesco ZAMPONI (ENS, France), and myself. Congratulations!
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