After studying both versatile engineering at École Centrale de Nantes (France) and physics at Technische Universität Darmstadt (Germany), I prepared my PhD within the Nuclear Physics Department of CEA Paris-Saclay, the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission, working with Thomas Duguet and Jean-Paul Ébran. Right after obtaining my degree from Université Paris-Saclay in September 2018, I moved to University of Surrey, where I am now working as a post-doctoral researcher within the Nuclear Theory Group.
My research focuses on developing ab initio many-body methods to study the structure of finite nuclei, both from a formal and a computational point of view. My previous work includes the development and first application of Bogoliubov Many-Body Perturbation Theory, a low-cost correlated method relying on the concept of symmetry breaking. As part of this work with diagrammatic methods, I am the maintainer of ADG, an open-source Python package generating diagrams and expressions for several many-body methods.
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